Civil War Hits Pinball FX 2

By Rebecca Smith, 6 years ago
The Civil War started when the Superhuman Registration Act was introduced in America. Any person with superhuman abilities had to register with the federal government. Any hint of secrecy was lost as they had to reveal their true identities to the authorities and undertake training.

The superhuman community was divided into two. Iron Man became the figurehead for pro-registration. His argument centred on the changing political landscape and that resistance was futile; heroes should have proper training and overseers. Captain America became the figurehead for the anti-registration movement. His argument centred on the requirement of secrecy to protect family and other aspects of a normal life. He also felt that superheroes should be able to use whatever means necessary to deal with threats against which ordinary humans wouldn't stand a chance. The arguments descended into violence.

The violence continues into the "Civil War Table", which hit Pinball FX2 (Xbox 360) today. It adds one new achievement worth 50G. Whose side are you on?

The controversy over the Superhuman Registration Act has led to the unfathomable Super Hero Civil War. Choose between Iron Man, who leads the SRA's supporters, and Captain America, who sees it as a threat to personal liberties, as you assemble your team and experience one of the most dramatic conflicts in the Marvel Universe.
Those of you who want a sneak peek at the table can check out these screenshots.

The "Civil War Table" costs 240 MSP and can be downloaded from here. Those of you who want to try out the table before your purchase will first want to download the free trial from here.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.