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Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pinball
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Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pinball

Zen Studios does it again with three sweet tables based off some of Bethesda’s best.

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It’s been awhile since I’ve played any new tables from Zen Studios, but the wait was worth it since there’s three new tables to play that are based off of three of Bethesda’s best tiles in Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pinball. Thanks to their always awesome details, sounds, and animations, this new collection is right up there with all of their other hit tables and will keep pinball fanatics playing for hours.

This sweet collection features tables based off Fallout 4, Skyrim, and of course Doom. As with all their other previous tables, these three are loaded with art and details from their respective titles, along with some other new and nifty features that I have to applaud Zen Studios on adding. Take for instance the Skyrim table, before you can play, you actually have to select a character and class first, like an elf mage. I thought this was a pretty awesome idea to add into the game and you even get to find and equip gear that really brings in the RPG experience. You can also do some of the same on the Fallout 4 one where you can choose your gender, look, etc. It’s little things and details like these that make Zen Studios the best at what they do.

There’s also the Zen standard of awesome sounds and animations while you play, such as the giant mutant on the Fallout 4 table, the Cyberdemon on the Doom one, and a dragon that spits fire on the Skyrim one that will have you laughing in delight as you flip your pinball through the many challenges and hidden areas of the tables. If you’ve played any of the previous Zen Pinball releases, you already know there’s a ton of secrets to unlock and plenty of challenges to uncover and accomplish here.

Pinball and Zen fans already know that Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pinball is another fine addition to the franchise that they’ve already purchased I’m sure. But if you’ve never tried any of their tables or if you’re just looking for some casual fun, you can’t go wrong with this collection or any of the previous ones.

About the Author: Chris Mitchell