Third time’s a charm, and EnjoyUp Games finally makes a pinball table that’s passable and worth the price tag: now we just need some vertical orientation.
While not a total flopper, there's something amiss about World Soccer Pinball that leaves you unsatisfied and vaguely annoyed at needing to play this as a standalone game on your Sw
A pleasant little two pack to remind us that some of the greatest tables that came from yesteryear relied on some arguably cheesy notions in order to make them work. But, by Gum, they certainly worked.
These classic tables are definitely a point of interest for collectors and oldschool enthusiasts, but modern pinball players may find them lackluster and, at times, downright dull.
All the sonic screwdrivers in the multiverse couldn't fine tune this thing to make it anything more than a Whovian's latest digital addition.
A unique hit pinball experience.
even the weakest DLC pack is still a good day above ground, and Zen delivers at least some decent entertainment in this Medieval pack.
Dull and depressing content pack, at a price of a full indie game.
Two tables are all Zen needs to make this DLC pack a powerful content addition, and the twin troubles of Old West and Castle Storm are simply fantastic for any pinball enthusiast.
When everything else that you've made is spectacular, an "okay" table really feels like a massive misstep for the pinball pioneers. The Zen Classics pack is certainly good, but, sadly, it's not great.