Two tables are all Zen needs to make this DLC pack a powerful content addition, and the twin troubles of Old West and Castle Storm are simply fantastic for any pinball enthusiast.
When everything else that you've made is spectacular, an "okay" table really feels like a massive misstep for the pinball pioneers. The Zen Classics pack is certainly good, but, sadly, it's not great.
Zen's classic pinball tables may be a bit dated for long time fans, but, for those new to the FX world, these simply should not be missed.
This table, inspired by the classic puzzle title Portal, does an admirable job of capturing the atmosphere and wit of the original game, but is slightly lacking in mechanics.
Zen takes a break from bringing Universal movies to the pinball stage and, instead, focuses its efforts on three original concepts, all wrapped in sci-fi, and executed with pure pinball wizardry.
Far from feeling reanimated, Zen gives Telltale's The Walking Dead a full ceremony in pinball porting, and the result is ghoulishly fantastic.
The Jurassic World pack, just in time to celebrate the upcoming sequel, is so jam packed with dinosaurs and action you might find your free time going completely extinct.
Just because it's pandering doesn't mean it's bad.
In space, no one can hear you curse because you totally flubbed that return flipper.
Grab your fishing rod, your hoverboard and a pack of Reese's Pieces, it's time for a Universal pinball pack!