X-Men pinball table rivals the world’s greatest water parks
16 December 2011
Excerpt: I’m having a hard time warming up to the X-Men table. It’s clean, sleek, and open. But I don’t know why the Marvel Vengenace and Virtue bundle has an X-Men table. We already have an X-Men table. It’s called Wolverine. I guess this table is about the rest of the X-Men. Having seen all three movies, plus the latest Teen X-Men movie, I thought I was an authority on these guys. However, this table taught me that there’s an X-Man named Hank. Hank the X-Man.
Summary: Fifty games in and I still don’t like the table. It’s alright but it’s not great. The voices are sort of flat, the table seems designed so you fail and it’s far too much work to get things like a ball save, mission or extra ball at times.
Summary: While not as bad as the movies, Fantastic Four proves to be the worst of the Marvel Pinball tables. The colorful graphics and unique missions aren't enough to overcome the disappointing level design and weird bonus games. Hopefully everybody involved can learn from the slight misstep! This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on. However, that does not always apply to classic/retro games.
Excerpt: The latest addition to the Pinball FX2 Xbox LIVE oddity is back. The series is a little bit different from other Xbox LIVE games, and you can find out why by clicking here or here to read past reviews of the game that is really more of a digital platform than an actual game. The latest board is Mars-themed, and is presented in all capital letters as MARS, in order to assert its dominance over the other available boards.