Summary: You get the ability to play all available tables free of charge for a few minutes before being prompted to purchase. In essence, the game is considered “Free To Play”, but in reality, it becomes one big demo. While some of the machines offer great fun, others were substantially more mundane. This causes FX2 to be a pretty hit and miss affair. Despite some flaws, for $9.99 per table, you still get a good amount of enjoyment especially if you’re a fan of the source...
Conclusion: Pinball FX2 is just good fun if you fancy a quick game of pinball. The ball physics are great, the visuals are top notch and, barring some dodgy voice acting here and there, the audio adds to the experience too. Having friends play along with you increases the enjoyment as you work to beat each other’s scores, but solo play can be just as rewarding.
Pros: Good clean fun. Great visuals and rewarding gameplay.
Cons: Can't currently purchase individual tables. Voice acting is questionable in places.
Excerpt: It’s a good thing Pinball FX 2 is so good, because I have a few complaints about its recent arrival to the PC. Imagine that. Someone complaining about the PC port of a fantastic console game. The things that bother me about Zen Pinball FX2, newly available for the PC and conveniently integrated into my Steam friends list, bother me because I’m such a dyed-in-the-wool Zen pinball fan. You might not notice some of these things. You might not care about some of them.
Excerpt: Epic Games has had a long history with the Unreal franchise. Starting back in the day with the single-player game, Unreal pushed boundaries for shooters with creative weaponry and interesting enemies. The success of the first Unreal game lead to the creation of one of the strongest FPS franchises known today.
Excerpt: ok unreal tournament 3 is a FPS froom EPIC GAMES the creator of the popular xbox 360/PC game Gears of war. I havent played any of the UT games before as i had lack of internret when they were out(2 busy playin rugby and drinking)
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Conclusion: UT3 is visually stunning and the action is non-stop. It's hard to find much to seriously complain about once you drop in and start annihilating opponents in the huge number of high-quality maps with awesome vehicles and a variety of decent play modes. Epic doesn't reinvent the wheel here, but it does give players a fresh update on a classic old-school design that will keep you fragging long into the night.
Excerpt: Here’s the thing about Pinball FX 2 . It is a pinball game, in case you haven’t gathered that from the title, and it strives to be nothing more. This is not a bad thing. To pursue an idea in video gaming and to wholly deliver on that promise is admirable, but I tell you this so you don’t go into Pinball FX2 expecting anything more. In fact, the game’s determination to be nothing more than a pinball game is one of it’s strengths.
Excerpt: The King of Fragfests Returns… sort of… Unreal Tournament 2004 was undoubtedly, one of the greatest multiplayer FPS’s ever. That might explain why its sequel, Unreal Tournament III, is basically the same game. What it doesn’t explain is why I just paid fifty dollars for it.