What I love about Zen's pinball adaptations is that they are full of details big and small. The casual Star Wars
fan will understand a lot of what's going on, but the hardcore geeks will find a lot to love, too. Of course, the Empire Strikes Back
table features iconic set piece moments from the film, so expect to see Hoth and Bespin, as well as a certain masked heavy-breathing anti-hero.
The Boba Fett table goes in a predictable direction, but it works well with Zen's formula. To the average Star Wars fan, not much is known about Fett, other than, well, he's a bounty hunter. That's all Zen really needed; you can take on a selection of interestingly-themed bounty missions. And who knows? Maybe you can give that nasty Sarlacc what-for while you're at it.
I suppose Zen Studios felt (or perhaps were) obligated to deliver something based on the polarizing first half of the Star Wars saga. Clone Wars is a good pinball game, but obviously, only fans of the show will get the most out of it. I've always thought Anakin Skywalker was a terrible character, and I don't know anything about Clone Wars heroine Ahsoka Tano. But clearly the same level of attention has been paid to this table, as well.