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Submitted by Nike 621d ago | interview

Zen Pinball 2 PS4 Interview: "We Did Make Major Gains In Performance, Running 1080p @ 60 FPS"

"Zen Studios, the developers behind the the popular pinball game Zen Pinball 2, have launched the PlayStation 4 version of today. In order to know about the game GamingBolt got in touch with Mel Kirk, Vice President of Publishing at Zen Studios." (PS4, Zen Pinball 2)

abzdine  +   621d ago
All kinds of gainzzz in performance!
Greatness
weirdo  +   621d ago
pinball dreams on the amiga is still my favourite
forcefullpower  +   621d ago
Man those were the days. I wish they would start making more amiga games for consoles.
TheRacingX  +   621d ago
I loved Dragons Fury back in the day.....played for hours.
MasterCornholio  +   621d ago
Good.

I play their Star wars tables on my tablet and they are loads of fun.
DigitalRaptor  +   621d ago
If they couldn't get this game running at 1080p/60fps i'd be very surprised.

Can't wait for this, lots of fun.

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