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The Pinball Arcade
The Pinball Arcade is launching today on PlayStation 4, bringing 22 reverse-engineered pinball tables to the format, courtesy of developer Farsight Studios.
FarSight Studios has taken to Facebook to announce The Pinball Arcade players will getting a “bunch more” Bally and Williams tables now that its WMS license has been extended.