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Every few months, the folks at Zen Studios release a couple new pinball tables for its virtual catalog, treating pinheads on PlayStation, Xbox and mobile devices to new challenges, bumps, twists, turns and flips on carefully crafted fields boasting a wide variety of themes. The latest addition to Zen Pinball 2(PS)/Pinball FX 2(Xbox) is the “Iron and Steel” pack, offering a trek through the wild west and a medieval siege via two brand new tables.
Before Star Lord, Groot, Rocket and the rest of the gang can get to work on the silver screen, they'll be saving the day in virtual arcades as Zen Studios announces a Guardians of the Galaxy table for Zen Pinball 2 arriving this Tuesday for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. You're welcome.
Pinball junkies looking to get their digital fix can finally have that thirst quenched on Xbox One as Zen Studios announces the impending launch of Pinball FX2 on Microsoft’s next gen home console.
We all know that The Walking Dead makes for a good adventure game, but you know what genre could really benefit from a healthy horde of those shambling masses? Why, pinball, of course. The wizards at Zen Studios have now announced table themed off of The Walking Dead, which will be launching for the developer’s various pinball platforms on PC, mobile and consoles later this summer.
Virtual pinball wizards the world over have plenty to be excited about as Zen Studios announces the upcoming release of Zen Pinball 2 on the PlayStation 4. A select group of tables will be available when the game arrives on Dec. 17 with the remaining entries coming in the months ahead.
Next Tuesday, Zen Studios invites pinball fanatics to come to the dark side with the release of the “Balance of the Force” table pack for Star Wars Pinball and The Pinball Arcade 2 on PSN. Featured amongst those tables is one themed after the granddaddy of the Dark Side himself, Darth Vader
Unique fighting game KickBeat is headed to PlayStation consoles on September 3, arriving for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita as a cross-buy download.
The Force will soon be strong with Nintendo as Zen Studios announces the impending release of Star Wars Pinball for the eShop, coming July 11th.
Pinball FX2 is about to get a healthy dose of Steam power as Zen Studios’ virtual pinball title, already a hit on pretty much every console out there in some form or another, gears up to arrive on Valve’s digital gaming service on May 10.
May the 4th be with you. Zen Studios has announced that, in celebration of the upcoming Star Wars Day, it will be discounting the Star Wars tables for Zen Pinball 2 across all platforms.
Get your flippers ready, virtual pinball players gaming on the Xbox 360. Tomorrow, you'll be able to download the “Zen Classics” content pack for Pinball FX2, bringing four old-school tables from Zen Studios to your favorite pinball game, complete with updated graphics and physics.
Virtual pinball fans rocking Nintendo's Wii U had better keep their flipper fingers nice and limber, because Zen Studios has just announced the impending release of Zen Pinball 2, heading to the console with all new Wii U features later this month.
Virtual pinball has seen a resurgence as of late, spurred on by the recently released Pinball Arcade, as well as the handful of pin games developed by Zen Studios. The folks behind Pro Pinball hope that there is room for at least one more player, as they have recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to update their classic digital pinball series.
Possibly Zen Studios’ most animated virtual pinball table to date, Plants vs. Zombies, is shambling onto the PlayStation Network this afternoon, the first new table to be offered under the Zen Pinball 2 banner. There’s also a pretty great launch trailer up for viewing, showing off how the table stays true to the tower defense nature of the original PvZ.
A little while back, the folks at Zen Studios announced a partnership with PopCap to create a line of digital pinball tables designed around the casual game developer’s fan-favorite catalog. The first table on that roster was announced today at the Penny Arcade Expo, PAX, and it looks like the timeless struggle of Plants vs. Zombies will continue on a good ole’ fashioned pin table.