Pinball Arcade is set to expand on PlayStation consoles as FarSight Studios announces four new tables coming to the PlayStation 4, PS3 and Vita, as well as a licensing agreement for the single most requested table so far, Addams Family.
The Pinball Arcade is ready to roll on the PlayStation 4, bringing its collection of real-world tables to Sony’s latest games console starting tomorrow, Dec. 17. That’s the good news. The bad news? It won’t exactly be a cross-buy game with the PS3 and Vita versions.
Chalk up another big success for Kickstarter as FarSight Studios’ latest attempt to raise funds for virtual pinball licensing pulls through with just five days left on its countdown. Thanks to oodles of virtual pinheads and their giving nature, the legendary Terminator 2: Judgment Day table will eventually be joining the lineup on The Pinball Arcade.
It's time once again for your PlayStation Plus update, which means new games for subscribers, as well as a fresh batch of discounts on a bunch of games and even a special promotion through GameStop.
Overall, 2012 wasn't exactly a banner year for video games. There were a handful of standouts in the mix, lots of sequels that did an adequate job of pushing their respective series along, and even a few new IPs that managed to turn some heads. But it's been quite a few years since I had such an easy time selecting the handful of titles that would be considered for my “best of” list.
The modern marvel that is Kickstarter has done it again, this time bringing together more than 2,000 eager backers to raise $77,499 in order to cover the licensing costs for a The Twilight Zone virtual table to be included in FarSight's Pinball Arcade.
It may have taken a bit longer than expected, but the first batch of DLC tables for The Pinball Arcade is officially ready for the PlayStation Vita. This week, pin-heads can download the Medieval Madness and Bride of Pinbot tables for $4.99.