Captain America salutes Marvel Pinball June 28

Star-spangled Avenger table downloadable on PSN June 28, hitting Pinball FX 2 on Xbox Live Arcade the following day.

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A Hungarian game developer is presiding over the marriage of two American institutions later this month, as Zen Studios today announced release plans for a Captain America-themed pinball table for Marvel Pinball on the PlayStation 3 and Pinball FX 2 on the Xbox 360.

The original supersoldier's dedicated table will launch on PlayStation Network June 28, with its Xbox Live Arcade counterpart following June 29.

It has been 70 years. Shouldn't he be at least Lieutenant Colonel America by now?

Like the upcoming Captain America feature film, the pinball table takes its cues from the character's World War II origins and features Cap, his sidekick Bucky, and members of Nick Fury's Howling Commandos taking the fight to a supervillain axis of evil consisting of Baron Zemo, the Red Skull, and the Sleeper.

Captain America is the second Marvel-themed downloadable add-on for Zen Studios' pinball games, following the May launch of a Fantastic Four table. Among the other Marvel properties Zen Studios has considered for pinball conversion are Ghost Rider and the Hulk.

Discussion

7 comments
ohjtbehaaave
ohjtbehaaave

I thought the Marvel tables were AMAZING! This reminds me of the Ironman and Wolverine tables.... which is a good thing. The best non Marvel table is Excalibur imo.

buft
buft

I'm not overly happy with the mars table but the fantastic 4 table was good so i will continue to buy these as they come out, Zen made the best pinball game ever in my book.

slainta
slainta

Pinball is the best arcade ever, and no doubt, Zen Studio is doing a great job implementing them!!

mister_scowl
mister_scowl

Great news, I hope they come out with Hulk and Ghost Rider as well later on.

tonydomino
tonydomino

I like what I'm seeing.. keep it up, Zen. *thumbs up*

zato_number_one
zato_number_one

Pinball FX is brilliant. I have all their tables and I ain't stoppin' now! Bring it on. If you haven't tried it yet, but used to play "real" pinball back in the day, trust me you'll dig it.