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  • Blog Post: Star Wars Pinball Free For PlayStation Plus Users Tomorrow

    PlayStation Plus subscribers have a lot to look forward to when the store updates tomorrow, August 20. Zen Pinball 2: Star Wars Pinball for PlayStation 3 and Vita, which is typically $9.99, will be free to download. The game features pinball tables from the original trilogy as well as the animated show... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are August's Free PlayStation Plus Instant Collection Games

    As summer winds down, PlayStation Plus is heating up with four new free titles for PlayStation 3 and two for Vita. Things kick off with Hitman: Absolution tomorrow. The rest of August brings an assortment of titles in a variety of genres. In addition to IO Interactive's latest installment of Agent... More
  • Blog Post: Marvel Civil War Coming To Pinball FX 2

    A new table is coming to Pinball FX 2 based on the 2006 Marvel Civil War comic book series. Players will be able to choose between siding with Iron Man or Captain America, and your choice will dictate elements of the board, like which heroes make cameos in your game. Picking Captain America will make... More
  • Blog Post: Zen Pinball Tilts The 3DS Next Week

    The greatest pinball game in history is coming to the Nintendo 3DS eShop next week, complete with new 3D visuals and some classic tables. Zen Pinball (also known as Pinball FX 2 on Xbox Live) is one of the great examples of a small studio thriving in the new world of digital distribution. By continuing... More
  • Blog Post: Zen Studios Unveils Planet Minigolf For PSN

    If Zen Studios has made one thing clear, it’s that they excel in the art of ball physics. The leader in pinball video games announced today that they are translating their knowledge of small metal balls to larger white ones with the debut of Planet Minigolf for PSN. “After successfully launching... More
  • Blog Post: Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Infiltrates Zen Pinball

    Sadly, the days of Alien Crush, Full Tilt and Pinball Fantasies are behind us. The truth is, Pinball games don’t get the respect they deserve anymore. Especially popular in the 90s, the decline of pinball emulators corresponded with the downturn of the coin-op industry. Why? Perhaps pinball isn’t... More
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