Pinball FX2 Star Wars Rogue One

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Pinball FX2 Star Wars Rogue One table review

Boasting lush visuals and available on a large number of platforms, Pinball FX 2 is one of the best pinball computer games available at the moment. The base game is free and there are a large number of themed tables to purchase, as well as new table being released regularly, meaning that there is something to please almost everyone.

Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One is a new table which joins the existing Star Wars collection of tables and is based on the latest film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Based around the battle of Scarif, the final battle of the film, the table has an open feel to it with the top centre featuring a large field of mushroom bumpers, shaped like TIE fighters. This field also doubles up as the feature area and figures of AT-ATs and Storm Troopers can be found here as part of the story missions. Animated models (a feature of Pinball FX  tables) of Jyn Erso and Director Orson Krennic stand over the table and battle across the table as you play through the missions. As usual, the sound is also very well appointed and features a large number of voice samples from the film as well as authentic music.

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There are 10 story-related missions in total featuring evasion, combat and multi-ball missions, each requiring you to hit certain play-field goals. The missions can be quite challenging, especially the ones with tight timescales, meaning that careful ball skills are required.

Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One is an excellent table and well worth adding to your collection whether you're a Star Wars fan or not.

• Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Steam, Mac, iOS, Google Play and Amazon

Nick Bown is Screenjabber's Technical Director and occasionally finds the time to write as part of the Games team. Hailing from a time when computer games came on tape and consoles had wood effect cases, Nick has been gaming for a while and regularly enjoys PC and console titles. As a hardware nerd, he can often be found tinkering with the innards of gaming rigs and servers or explaining the difference between L2 cache and system RAM to those keen to take their gaming hardware to the next level!

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