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The Walking Dead Pinball Review

By , on September 8, 2014
Last modified 3 years, 3 months ago


The Walking Dead Pinball
Download on the AppStore
3 out of 5

PROS

  • Physics as solid as you would expect from the Zen series
  • Sticks surprisingly close to the source material

CONS

  • We're not sure pinball is the best medium for a morality-driven point-and-click adventure
  • References to the series are either lost on pinball fans, or just plain distracting
  • Only one table

VERDICT

Though the physics are reliably solid, The Walking Dead Pinball is neither a perfect pinball game, nor the best fit for Telltale's emotional adventure series.


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The Walking Dead Pinball is an odd creature.

On the one hand, it's another solid instalment of Zen's popular pinball series. You get the same realistic physics and weighty flippers that series fans have come to rely upon, and a themed table which recreates environments and situations from the critically acclaimed Telltale series.

The question which Pocket Gamer's Jon Munday asks, however, is whether people really want to revisit the emotional tale of Clementine and Lee through the medium of digital pinball.

Watch the video above to hear the full review.

Read the review transcript over on Pocket Gamer.

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