A single table is free, the others you will have to pay for as DLC (although you get a free trial of each one)
To be honest, I'd rather have it that way, I can buy the tables I want, and not get lumbered with the ones I don't. For Example, I have all the Starwars tables which I enjoy, but only a few of the others that interested me
Onto the review.
I love pinball right back to playing it for hours on the old tables in the arcade.
I found the simulation to be decent, you'll never replicate a real table because there is a physical "feel" to it, but the ball has a good feel to it and Zen has translated the feel of a solid metal pinball quite well. Flippers are responsive and bumpers are quite good in terms of their physics properties.
The digital realm has allowed Zen to expand the tables, with detailed graphical varients of the flipper operated sidegames you used to get on the Display screens of real tables.
Graphics are excellent, and the table design for the most part is pretty good. I found the score popups annoying, but you can turn them off or set them to only occur when a high score is made (I have mine set to a value of +1 million)
Sound is excellent, with sound captures and music tracks from the relevant movies etc.
The leaderboards add a competative element, and you can compete with your friends online.
my Standout table would be Starwars: Starfighter Assault, I seem to have put more hours into that then any of ther others, with Starwars: Episode V coming a close second.