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Pinball FX2 VR

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Experience digital pinball as never before in Pinball FX2 VR, a groundbreaking new pinball game from the digital pinball pioneers Zen Studios! Pinball FX2 VR features advanced physics, detailed 3D graphics, and original tables from the pinball wizards at Zen.

Pinball FX2 VR replicates the atmosphere of real-life pinball machines in a virtual play space, while presenting gameplay features and effects that you simply cannot recreate on a physical machine. Additionally, the game’s rich scoreboards will track your Super Score, Wizard Score, table stats and more to let you compete against players from all over the world!

Pinball FX2 VR comes with three tables: Secrets of the Deep, Mars and Epic Quest. Additional tables may be purchased as DLC.
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Zen Studios
Zen Studios
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PlayStation 4

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290X
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 900 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Pinball FX2 VR reviews and comments

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I just can't recommend the Game. Especially since the Game is free without "VR." Here, "VR players" are properly ripped off and asked to Pay. FINGER WAY! For extreme pinball fans, it might be good, but for the classic Player, the Pricing Model is far too much to depart. It's extremely expensive If you want to play more interesting tables. What do you get for £14.99? 3 Pinball tables (Mars 2, Epic Quest, Secrets of the Deep) An Environment in which the Pinball tables stand Full VR support for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift Pro's: Really good Graphics. The Tables look extremely realistic. 3 very detailed Pinball tables A Traceable and realistic Ball physics A nice "Around" Around the Tables. When Playing, you interact with The Game with Animations. The tracking of the Headset Is very accurate and delay-free Con's: Extremely expensive Unfortunately only 3 Flippers No Freedom of Movement in the Area where the Flippers are set up, additional Flippers cost each to cost around €6 From the existing 3 Flippers, "Mars 2" is absolutely boring and Interchangeably, "Tilting" has virtually no Effect. The Ball goes its Way, but you still get Strikes. Annoying Scores above the Table that plop When you've scored Points You can't adjust the Camera Position. You always have to look at (In the RL) at The BOTTOM. Conclusion In Principle, I have to say that it is a really good Simulator. However, the extremely high Cost of more Pinball Tables prompted me to refound the Thing. And, if I already have an Environment in which my acquired Pinball Tables are exhibited and standing around, then I would also like to be able to look at them at least. Unfortunately, you can't move around and you're relegated to a permanent Place. You can select the existing Pinball Tables only at The Touch of a button "switches" and then to play. In the Game, a huge Amount of housing is depicted. Why can't I move around there freely and look at the Pinball tables "Physical"? That remains a Mystery to me. I would have kept the Game if the BEzahlmodel had been clearer from the Start, but unfortunately after the Purchase I had to realize that there are only 3 Pinball Tables in the 15 Euros. One Of These is absolutely desolate and interchangeable. (Mars 2) Effectively, then, it contains only 2 Pinball Tables. When I was pressed up in the Game the "Advertising" that I should buy more Tables, the Spit almost stayed away from me. ' The Walking Dead ' costs a whopping £5.99 ... This is just ONE Pinball Table. And you can't even try it out before. :/ The other Pinball Tables you can buy as DLC are 5 Pieces. These then come with a whopping £23ks. And even there, you can't test them and see if they please you. As a £5 title, I would recommend Pinball FX2, then even the Additional table to be purchased would be a fair Deal, but for the current Price, that's just outrageous and not recommended. Just because VR is on it doesn't have to be expensive. That's just Rip-off on the Player. It's the same Game as "Pinball FX2," but only because of the Appendage "VR" THEY charge €15. This is something outrageous about it.
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