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Submitted by digitaleraser 1004d ago | review

Marvel Pinball: Vengeance And Virtue Review | Critical Hit!

I’ll admit, I’m not all that great at pinball, but I sure do love it. Video game pinball and the real thing are both the same to me – I grew up on a four-table pinball game for my computer called Slam Tilt Pinball and my childhood friend and I still play Dragon’s Fury on the Sega Genesis. I currently have the top score on a Family Guy table in the game room of some hotel in Wildwood, NJ. While I don’t know any foolproof strategies or best-scoring methods, I still love playing pinball, and Zen Studios’ Pinball FX2 is no exception. FX2 is definitely a strong pinball game, probably one of the best. It has grown into a rather respectable and varied library of tables, and this month’s Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virtue DLC introduces a new set of four Marvel-themed tables. (Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virtue, PS3, Xbox 360) B+/A

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