Absolute Pinball Review
By Alice Grass |
When I first heard about this game, I had high expectations and thought that something new would be seen.I believe that 21st century Entertainment didn't choose Digital Illusions as the game's developer but a rather obscure company under name of Unique Development Studios that did one of the worst pinball games ever produced.The graphics is not too shabby, with five different display resolutions,but rotated 90 degrees to the left so that it may be useful if your neck is permanently fixed at this angle. They are however far from the photographic quality found in Pinball Illusions and the appearance of the tables of the pinball stage.The music in the menu itself is completely nonexistent, while at the individual tables you get a bunch of silly tunes that must have been done by someone holding a psycho degree. The game players in the main menu are greeted by some ridiculous mixture between a clown and a robot that it's so garish and you can't look at it and not cringe.Only merit to bother with trying this game is to give a small brother,sister,cousin or guest whatever something to occupy them for a few minutes. May be for kids this could actually work but, Absolute Pinball has nothing to offer as an actual pinball game, and I advise pretty much everyone to not touch it unless and if you really want a pinball, there are many better ones available, both on Abandonia and elsewhere.