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  • #16
    "wildtoons" just got 2b on the table 0_o

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    • #17
      this table begs for dead flipper passes reminds me of the zen pinball 1 version of street fighter2 table that's good tho definitely seems like the most unforgiving table in the bunch this one is gonna need practice from me at any rate.

      so frank castle is in there, if i had to think of the next marvel table The Punisher sounds too awesome to not do as a marvel table.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by RabidShark View Post
        this table begs for dead flipper passes reminds me of the zen pinball 1 version of street fighter2 table that's good tho definitely seems like the most unforgiving table in the bunch this one is gonna need practice from me at any rate.

        so frank castle is in there, if i had to think of the next marvel table The Punisher sounds too awesome to not do as a marvel table.
        *cough* Deadpool first *cough*
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        • #19
          Originally posted by snakeman07 View Post
          Honestly, I'd recommend any table Zen makes It's definitely a game changer, has some cool stuff that's not been seen in any of the tables.
          Thnx a bunch friend. I would most likely get this table anyway, but it's always nice to read others thought... gives you a picture och what to expect and look --> to.
          Must be nice to almost finished the game the very first day like you did. But does the table get boring then or does it still provide challenges? Do you wanna go and finish it again or perhaps top your score, or do you instead look forward to the future tables and almost leave the corrent one?
          When talking about the unknown... Anything is possible.

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          • #20
            I only got to play about 30 minutes last night. The table seems ok. Getting used to the ball coming back down over the bumpers was a struggle. Not sure I am too keen on that design choice. I really need to play the table more to get a better feel for it though.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Dorktron2000 View Post
              I only got to play about 30 minutes last night. The table seems ok. Getting used to the ball coming back down over the bumpers was a struggle. Not sure I am too keen on that design choice. I really need to play the table more to get a better feel for it though.
              Maybe I'm the one who's wrong, but the first time I play a table I know I going to love it or not. It's a gathering av design, gfx and ofcourse the musical theme. I knew I was going to play Fear Itself, Blade, Mars and Infinity Gauntlet but I havn't touched Hulk or Spider Man.
              What was your feeling of the table, I mean your very first impressions, musically and visually?
              When talking about the unknown... Anything is possible.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Space-Walk View Post
                Maybe I'm the one who's wrong, but the first time I play a table I know I going to love it or not. It's a gathering av design, gfx and ofcourse the musical theme. I knew I was going to play Fear Itself, Blade, Mars and Infinity Gauntlet but I havn't touched Hulk or Spider Man.
                What was your feeling of the table, I mean your very first impressions, musically and visually?
                Musically, I love it. Very refreshing tune in my opinion. Visually, not my favorite looking table. I like it better than Avengers, which is the ugliest table in my opinion, but it just doesn't strike me as a visually impressive table like Sorcerer's Lair or Thor.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Space-Walk View Post
                  Thnx a bunch friend. I would most likely get this table anyway, but it's always nice to read others thought... gives you a picture och what to expect and look --> to.
                  Must be nice to almost finished the game the very first day like you did. But does the table get boring then or does it still provide challenges? Do you wanna go and finish it again or perhaps top your score, or do you instead look forward to the future tables and almost leave the corrent one?
                  After beating the "wizard mode", the difficulty spikes up, because you switch sides, meaning the other hero has all the allies now (you collected them all to start the wizard mode). So, now you have to try and neutralize them and bring them to your side, which is quite hard (the more allies your enemy has, the harder it is to win a "fight", meaning you have the least amount of time to hit a certain shot during the 3 phase fight when your enemy has all his allies). Technically I only got half way through the table, because if you can get to the wizard mode twice, there will apparently be some big scores waiting for you

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                  • #24
                    I've found a reliable way to make all the potential allies become pro-registration; play as Captain America.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by clydebink View Post
                      I've found a reliable way to make all the potential allies become pro-registration; play as Captain America.
                      If you're playing as Captain America, you are trying to get all the allies against registration. If you aren't hitting the ramps when they are flashing Gain Ally, and you aren't winning fights, then they will become pro-registration (Iron Man's side).

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                      • #26
                        I'm sitting here at work thinking about the table so I guess that says something about the quality of work. I do like the challenge that the table offers.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Space-Walk View Post
                          Must be nice to almost finished the game the very first day like you did. But does the table get boring then or does it still provide challenges?
                          It's really hard to say that you "finished" or "defeated" a pinball table. Pinball is mostly about scoring IMO, so it doesn't really get old thanks to the leader boards.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by snakeman07 View Post
                            If you're playing as Captain America, you are trying to get all the allies against registration. If you aren't hitting the ramps when they are flashing Gain Ally, and you aren't winning fights, then they will become pro-registration (Iron Man's side).
                            I like to play as a double-agent. A "saboteur", if you will

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                            • #29
                              It's a funky table, no doubt about it. Lots of stuff I haven't seen before. Very fast paced and unforgiving at times, like when the ball flies back at the flippers at full speed before I can react to it.

                              Overall, quite enjoying it so far.
                              PSN - TysonBane

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                              • #30
                                It reminds me a little bit of Rome, in that it always seems to have one more way to hurl the ball at the drain. My guess is that the more casual players are not going be huge fans of this one, somehow. lol

                                It also reminds a little of Infinity Gauntlet, in that it strikes a chord of emotional resonance. I feel like I should pick Captain America each time because he's right. Kudos to Zen for evoking that kind of reaction with a pinball table.

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