Giveaway: Vengeance and Virtue pinball for PSN [Updated with Winners]

If you like pinball, then look no further than Zen Studios’ Pinball FX2 framework. A free download via the Playstation Network, the company has over 20 tables to choose from, each costing no more than 240 MS points (although some come in four-packs for 800 points). We recently reviewed the latest tables, entitled “Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virtue,” where you help the X-Men, Moon Knight, Thor, and Ghost Rider defeat their enemies, and found it extremely fun and a recommended purchase.

We already gave away two codes for the XBox 360 version of the game. Now Zen Studios was kind enough to give us two more download codes, this time for the Playstation 3 version of the game! The contest is open to anyone with a valid email address (to send the code to) and who can download from the PSN. There are four ways to enter and you can enter each way once per day (giving you three entries per day, plus an extra for "liking" us on Facebook!):

  1. Make a post below and, while not required, tell us what your favorite pinball table of all time is (whether it’s a real table or a computer one).
  2. Make a post on the original Vengeance and Virtue review, telling us what super hero you’d like to see made into a pinball table next. Maybe Zen Studios will take note!
  3. Re-tweet this post with the above Tweet button and add @zen_studios to the end of the tweet.
  4. You can also gain an additional entry by "liking" us on Facebook if you haven't already done so (one entry only).

The contest runs through Thursday night at 11:59pm EST.

UPDATE: Congrats to littleneutrino and nono48!  Check your Neowin messages for your download code!

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My all-time favorite pinball table is Twilight Zone.

Thanks for the Marvel: V&V giveaway. Liked and re-tweeted for bonus entries.

there was once an old pinball game that came in a box ;\ forgot the name, but it was sweeeeettt... Xentar? Knights? Something like that. ROFL.

My favorite pinball table has to be the Super Mario Bros. one by Premier (formally known as Gottlieb) Used to play that machine for hours on end... then one day i stopped by the video arcade on my way back home from school and learned that some ****** bought it! never played any pinball ever since... damn i miss that machine T^T

There was an old game with a poker theme at this camping site located on a lake I used to go to. I can't remember the game but was pretty basic compared to today. $0.25 would last for at least 10 minutes. It was real easy to keep playing but getting a good score took some skill. Those who were good at it could play for an hour or more on a quarter. We'd end up switching players in the middle of the ball just to get a break from it.

nono48 said,
i always liked 3d ultra pinball

Congrats on winning one of the PSN Pinball codes! Check your Neowin messages for the code.

what ever happened to that MS pinball game?!I just realized it's gone!

I could sure use it for my PS. =). make a guy happy this holiday season! =)

littleneutrino said,
mmm windows 2000 pinball

Congrats on winning one of the PSN Pinball codes! Check your Neowin messages for the code.

Well, it has been a long time I played pinball (I think the last time was around 15 years ago, when most of them vanished), and remembering my favorite one is going to be a tough call. Well, I'll give it a shot and say it was the old Indiana Jones tables. I had a lot of fun with them.

My favourite pinball table of all time? Well, it's definitely a Pro Pinball table, but I'm torn between two: Big Race USA, and Timeshock! I think, I'll probably pick Timeshock!, as that's the one I grew up playing when I was a kid, and it's got so many bells and whistles on it. Oh yeah, and it always gave you the chance to play Video Mode on the third ball, which was always an awesome minigame.

Look for videos on YouTube, and you'll see what I mean.