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Epic Quest brings the RPG genre to Zen Pinball

Submitted by on Thursday, 2 February 2012No Comment

Epic Quest table screenshot 002 e1328201490315 Epic Quest brings the RPG genre to Zen PinballEpic Quest is set to bring a new standard to the pinball genre by incorporating RPG elements into the table, announced Zen Studios.

Releasing in February, Epic Quest is the latest downloadable table to be released for Zen Pinball and Pinball FX2. Zen Studios has been busy these past few months with the four Marvel-themed tables that were released as part of the Vengeance & Virtue pack not too long ago, so it’s been a while since we’ve seen any update to the original Zen Pinball tables.

It’s no secret that Zen Studios is king when it comes to console pinball titles, and Epic Quest aims to expand upon the format the studio has essentially perfected.

Set within a fantasy world full of knights, princesses, and evil monsters, the Epic Quest table features various missions that will earn the player loot and experience, which in turn can be spent to purchase better equipment. Die and you’ll still retain all your XP for the next game.

“It is our quest to deliver the most entertaining and original pinball tables, and Epic Quest delivers on both fronts,” said Mel Kirk, Zen Studios Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations. “With a wink and a nudge towards classic RPG tropes, Epic Quest blends frantic pinball action, obsessive character building, and liberally applied tongue-in-cheek humor.”

Epic Quest will be available on all version’s of Zen Studios’ pinball title later this month so be sure to look out for it. No doubt it’ll be interesting to see just how well the leveling up system will be incorporated into the table.