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Submitted by Lucario 875d ago | review

DIehard GameFAN: Star Wars Pinball – Zen Pinball 2 Review

DHGF: Star Wars Pinball, although lacking the fourth table that other sets in Zen Pinball 2, is a decent addition to your table collection in the game. If you don’t have any other tables at all it’s a good set to start off with giving you a variety of difficulties through the three tables. The tables hit the right bit of nostalgia and fun, and with the tables taking it beyond what a normal pinball table could do and into the realm of video games only, it adds a nice touch to each of them, giving them a feel you won’t get in an arcade but still giving you that arcade feel which I love. While you’re short a table over the Marvel bundle, Star Wars Pinball delivers a nice experience that a fan of both pinball and the films will love. (PS Vita, PS3, Star Wars Pinball) -

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