Download Pinball FX3 Indiana Jones The Pinball ... [UPD]
A digital remaster of a classic Indiana Jones pinball table made its debut yesterday in Pinball FX3 and while many appreciate the effort, a lot of the game's community isn't quite as happy about the asking price of this new DLC.
Download Pinball FX3 Indiana Jones The Pinball ...
Experience the table just as you remember it, with true-to-life Pro Physics simulation carefully developed by the pinball experts at Zen, using super slow-motion footage to capture flipper, rubber and ball movements to better understand and recreate pinball mechanics.
They won't sell a lot when they ask prices like this. It would not suprise me when the price drop to 50% after a month.So, i'm still happy with this release, the more pinball goodness the better.
@MostHandsieBoy As to your last post ... exactly my feelings. The tables look great now, IMO. I have to start over from zero for a little bit of a visual bump and the ability to add trophies to my virtual pinball room?
@NickDaddyCool You like real pinball mechanics? Have you tried Zaccaria? It's excellent. It has a bunch of real-life tables, and then it also has several retro and futuristic versions of each table. You can play them as they would have been in the '50s or '60s. Lots of variety, plenty of challenges and achievements for each table, online leaderboards, and a live tracker that tells you where you stand on the leaderboard. It's a free download, and then you buy the tables you want.
@durrdevil To be fair, I have played a TON of digital pinball and real life pinball. The new digital pinball games always make it harder to play older collections because they get closer and closer to duplicated the real machine.
@FineLerv They actually have a newer Indian Jones pinball game (2017?) that features all 4 films. (This one only feature the first 3.) Everyone agrees that the new pinball game doesn't hold a candle to the old one.
Just for some perspective. Buying a real pinball machine of this would cost about $9,000. Playing one in the wild, will cost you $1 per game. So for $15 dollars, you could play the game 15 times. I'm not saying that they should be charging more, but if some tables don't get published at all because of licensing costs then that's the REAL loss. If some tables cost less and others cost more...that's fine. As long as it means MORE tables become available for purchase in the future. $15 for a video game I will put 20 hours into??
I've played a lot of digital pinball in recent years and I have to say that FX3 was not really that interesting to me until they got the Williams' license. And these tables feel so much more realistic, even on the normal mode. All the other tables are tuned with really sticky flippers. They're fun for being Marvel and Starwars, but they don't feel as much like the real thing.
That said, I was happy to learn that using a PC/Laptop with the ALP will allow you to play those games on a virtual pinball cabinet. While I did have to re-purchase those games in Steam, it was worth it to me to be able to play those games on a virtual pinball cabinet. Below is a guide to help you get setup with FX3 on your ALP!
Pinball FX 3 is a pinball simulator video game developed and published by Zen Studios and released for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 in September 2017 and then released for the Nintendo Switch in December 2017.
Pinball FX 3 allows players to play one of several simulated pinball tables, and includes online scoreboard support for informal competition with other players. The game is aimed to provide a more engaging multiplayer experience than previous titles; the game will provide support for asynchronous competitive multiplayer options, and tournament-style play. There will be shared leaderboards and multiplayer options among platforms, although PlayStation 4 players can only compete with users playing through Steam on Windows due to Sony's initial decision to prohibit cross-platform play between its PlayStation 4 and other consoles.
Zen's prior games have been split across consoles. The Pinball FX games typically have been released on Microsoft platforms, while the Zen Pinball games were released on non-Microsoft platforms. Pinball FX 3 will be the first game in the series to target both Microsoft and non-Microsoft platforms, and Zen intends that any future titles in the series will do so as well. Zen has stated that a "majority" of the previous downloadable content pinball tables that a player has purchased for either Pinball FX 2 or Zen Pinball 2 will be available in Pinball FX 3 at no cost; Zen cited issues with licensing that prevents some tables from being brought to the new version. Zen Studios has affirmed that more than fifty tables will carry over, with only about half a dozen that will not.
A version for the Nintendo Switch was released in December 2017, with one free table and 29 additional tables that can be purchased as DLC. The Switch version takes advantage of the unit's portability; the game can be played in portrait mode and the player can tilt the device to simulate tilting of the pinball table. However, following release, players reported issues with low frame rates and poor graphics on some of the tables; while Zen Studios has said they were working on a patch to fix these as well as make other display improvements, the studio later announced in March 2018 that they had to forgo the patch citing that there was no universal fix as the issue was one done table-by-table; they can optimize tables going forward but could not justify the time and cost to fix the existing ones. Reacting on the negative backlash of this announcement, the studio later reverted on this stance and is now committed to releasing a performance update during summer 2018 that will increase handheld performance to 60fps and will raise docked resolution to 1080p Full HD for all existing tables. The Switch version also omits Zen Studios' Marvel and Star Wars pinball tables, with the latter being made available separately as a single, standalone compilation game exclusive to that platform, titled Star Wars Pinball, in 2019.
In September 2018, Zen Studios announced that it has received the license to recreate several real Bally and Williams tables for the game. This marks the first time in the Pinball FX series that real world tables are recreated in the game. This announcement came a few months after FarSight Studios, the developers of The Pinball Arcade, lost the same license. These tables can be played in two visual modes that otherwise do not impact the game: one based on the more realistic appearance of the actual pinball games, and another that added Pinbal FX 3's simulated elements like animated characters, and unique ball trail colors. However, as to retain the game's overall ESRB Everyone 10+ rating and to avoid the cost and difficulties of re-rating the game, original graphical elements of the pinball tables had to be censored or altered, such as altering innuendo that was present on the Fish Tales backboards.[N 1] Zen Studios' Mel Kirk said that while these tables had been released in The Pinball Arcade under its E10+ ESRB rating, Zen Studios' internal review believed that there was no way that the tables could have fallen within E10+. Kirk stated that he believed that with The Pinball Arcade, "somehow they flew under the radar and it was not caught". Further, Zen Studios had had past issues with ESRB content ratings with games such as Infinite Minigolf and wanted to exercise caution. The first of these tables were released on October 9, 2018. 041b061a72