Despite its delay from an original December release, Zen Pinball 2 is still very much on the radar for those eager for a new download on the Wii U eShop. It'll also be the first game on a Nintendo system to follow a structure of a free download accompanied by paid content.
Naturally with a multi-platform download coming to a Nintendo platform there can be a focus on price. Some developers have stated that greater freedom is now given by Nintendo when setting a price; when asked about the issue for Zen Pinball 2, Zen Studios answered on its own forum to state that the pricing will match that of the equivalent releases on rival platforms.
The same as on other consoles - $3 for individual tables and $10 for 4-packs.
It's expected that there'll be a high number of tables available — with free trials — on day one, but what do you make of these prices? Don't forget to check out our recent developer interview with Zen Studios to learn more about its pinball releases on Nintendo systems.
Thanks to Chris Ruston for the tip.