Summary: I love pinball fx2, loved it on the 360, love it on the 1. But where's the online multiplayer, apparently its coming soon (just like trials fusion made us wait and look at what happened there.
Summary: Really awesome game! Of course for those who like (or love!) the old real pinball tables. The game is extremely well done, the physics, the sound, the look and feel. I can say that, because i play pinball before, at the end of the 80's at the flipperama houses.
Summary: I gotta start off by saying... Pinball FX2 has some absolutely gorgeous looking tables (37 in all as of this review). Really, the lighting, models, and animations are all top notch work. They are intricately designed and definitely eye-catching!
Summary: I've played most, if not all, of the pinball tables available from Pinball FX2. The Star Wars Pinball tables are as fun as I had hoped. Boba Fett is my favorite of the three. Not just because of the character, but because it has a sense of grittiness to its design.
Summary: I grew up playing pinball. My much older cousin owned a coin operated machine store on good old Woodward Avenue. I remember spending hours there playing Ms. Pacman and Donkey Kong on his machines, for free of course. But if there is one thing that stood above those, I remember Pinball.
Summary: Some Tables/Sets are great, others are lacking. The Marvel set is pretty much the cream of the crop. I was disappointed in the Street Fighter table. VERY VERY Lacking in Pinball Action. I am now more hesitant to purchase more.
Summary: The moderately enjoyable, if a little bland, Pinball FX has been given the makeover treatment and now returns as the flashier, more immersive and more enjoyable Pinball FX 2. Zen has done many things right by addressing the shortcomings of the original Pinball FX while also adding a number of new...