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Submitted by Digital_Anomaly 481d ago | review

Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within Review – The Force is VERY Strong Here Young Padawan | COG

Our pinball fanatic here at COG takes the newest set of tables for Zen Studios premier pinball game for a spin. Seems that the dark force had no strength here as they are all pretty darn good. (PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, Zen Pinball, Zen Pinball 2, Zen Pinball FX 2, Zen Pinball: Star Wars) 89/100

Simco876  +   481d ago
Ah the grand days of Pinball. Even when I was a kid (30 years ago) I looked at Pinball as the old man's game, but still fun.

Makes me miss some of the great pinball classics I remember as a kid.
Josh101  +   481d ago
Pfft. They charge WAYYYY too much for those digital pinball tables. It's ridiculous. F*** Zen Studios. Greedy bastards.
optimus  +   480d ago
too much? the last few i bought were $1.50... and the last star wars pack was $5.00 Granted it was a sale but still. usually the packs go for $10 which still isn't too bad. it's the ONLY game with the most replay value for me as i constantly spend hours on it without expecting to.

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