So the first pinball game I ever played was Sonic Spinball and, though I've obviously been on real machines since, pinball has always been a video game for me - and as I became fascinated by its history and heritage, ironically enough, even more so.
Pinball FX's DLC packs usually end up containing at least one table I don't like, largely due to personal tastes in table design. With Star Wars Pinball, I find myself liking all three tables for completely different reasons.
Star Wars Pinball consists of three different tables. While The Empire Strikes Back (which, sadly, is not the Hankin table) has the most old school appeal (relatively speaking), as it’s the most simple of the three, The Clone Wars is the most elaborate, with a series of ramps and chutes that would put any CAD program to the test.
The newest pack to Pinball FX2 is the Star Wars set. The pack comes with three boards; Clone Wars, Boba Fett, and Episode V: Empire Strikes Back. Each board is completely unique based on their themes and their quality are all top notch.