Summary: High-quality pinball game. I always like pinballs, being an older geezer and that - and this one doesn't disappoint. Clear, crisp graphics with solid (if a bit floaty) physics combine to make a very respectable single-player game.
Summary: I think this is the most realistic pinball game i have ever owned, and is always a great game to come back to once in a while, especially with new tables that are available to purchase on the ps3 store from time to time at a very low price.
Summary: Not sure what pedro meant by underwhelming. If you are doing is banging the ball around, then yeah, any PB game would be boring. There are many things to figure out and it takes weeks to get good and months to master all the tables.
Summary: People expecting a video pinball are probably not going to like this game. I actually own a few 90's era pinball machines, and ZP is about as close as it can get. I'd be very surprised if the people designing the tables for Zen studios are not pinball design veterans.
Summary: Well worth the money, ZP is a fun diversion with plenty of challenges (and trophies) and nuances to master. Finally gone are the days we'd have to buy a full-priced game disc just for a great pinball game!
Summary: Best Pinball or Greatest Pinball? Zen Pinball! This game has me hooked. It's the closest thing yet to actually owning a pinball machine, and with some nice capabilities that real pinball machines don't have. It's a great combination of real-world an video-world elements.