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  • Blog Post: Behind The Wizardry: Our Interview With Stern Pinball

    Last week, I posted a story about Stern Pinball and the company’s thoughts on digital pinball. It was pulled from a much larger conversation I had with Stern’s director of marketing, Jody Dankberg. Today I’ve got the rest of that interview, where we take a deeper dive on pinball as... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Zen Studios' Deadpool Pinball Table

    Zen Studios released a new table for Pinball FX 2/Zen Pinball 2 this week, featuring the merc with a mouth, Deadpool. Ben Reeves provides commentary and shares some comic-book knowledge as Jeff Marchiafava and I battle in a head-to-head match. Who will win? Watch our new Test Chamber and find out. Jeff... More
  • Blog Post: A Stern Conversation: The State Of Modern Pinball

    Pinball isn’t as popular as it was during its heyday in the ‘80s and ‘90s, but digital tables from companies like Zen Studios have helped keep the spirit of the sport alive. Not many companies still makes physical pinball machines, but Stern Pinball is currently the largest manufacturer... More
  • Blog Post: GI Editors Face Off In Pinball FX 2

    It's no secret that much of the Game Informer staff loves Pinball FX 2. Thanks to expertly designed gameplay and a notification system that encourages competition, the Pinball FX 2 leaderboards have sparked some long-running rivalries in the GI office. The newest issue of Game Informer has an exclusive... More
  • Blog Post: Pinball Wizardry: An In-Depth Look At Video Game Pinball

    Zen Studios released the Captain America table for its Marvel Pinball game on the PS3 and Pinball FX 2 on Xbox 360 this week. It seemed like a perfect time to look at video pinball games through the ages. Check out some of the hits and misses that have come when pinball and video games intersect. It’s... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Time-Sink Multiplayer Games

    In recent years, it isn't uncommon for $60 to buy you 8-10 hours of gameplay. Titles like Vanquish don't offer any sort of multiplayer, and other games like Bioshock 2 and Singularity feature tacked-on multiplayer modes that don't offer much in the way of lasting appeal. While games like... More
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