Zen Studios To Bring 3D Pinball Tables To 3DS
Published on Tuesday, 20 September 2011 07:04
Zen Studios, the company that has pretty much become synonymous with pinball games this generation, announced that its PSN pinball series, Zen Pinball, will soon be available through the Nintendo eShop. Zen Pinball 3D on Nintendo 3DS will feature four of Zen Studios finest originally designed tables including Earth Defense, Shaman, Excalibur and Eldorado, all in stunning 3D.
“Releasing Zen Pinball on a Nintendo platform marks an amazing milestone for Zen Studios. We are really excited for Nintendo fans to experience one of our greatest passions – the timeless game of pinball!” said Mel Kirk, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations. “Playing pinball in 3D is killer, it’s like the game has been totally reinvented, and a whole new world opens up right before your eyes.”
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