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Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Aug 08, 2001)
Ultimately, it comes down to experimentation and learning the outlay of each table, so you can at least shunt the ball in the right general direction. If you're stupidly optimistic, you could even claim that this adds some longevity to the game. Nevertheless, it's a testament to its quality that it still manages to be addictive even when you have little clue what you're supposed to be doing, other than keeping the ball on the table. You know you're hooked when the first expletive leaves your mouth, and from then on it's a fairly constant stream of sexual language as ball after ball disappears down the grid. Obviously, were this to happen in an arcade, you'd soon be out of pocket, not to mention out on your ear if the profanities became too loud.