Summary: As of this review I haven't quite yet finished the game but I think I pretty much get the gist. It's a decent game but a bit over hyped in my opinion. As a tower defense game it's pretty good. It's set up like a board game and the plants/zombies are the 'pieces', and each provides a unique dynamic to the power struggle.
Summary: 2D sidescrolling tower defense game. It's a bit too easy but there's lots of extra stuff to do. Nothing remarkable about it and not much replay value but it's cheap enough and you'll get a good 20 hours out of it.
Summary: An amazing game that rightfully deserved to be ported for the Vita, and has been done so superbly probably making it the best version due to its many extras and features (tilt to collect suns and coins). The problem is the inexcusable price which is downright ridiculous when it is available on most other platforms for a fraction of the price. Unfortunately, the features that make this the definitive version just aren't enough to warrant the hefty price tag.
Summary: The somewhat over-used Plants vs. Zombies on everything ever has a nearly perfect formula; a fun game, plants that kill things, stupid zombies, a house, a upgrade system, excellent gameplay, repetitive gameplay... oh... Plants vs. Zombies knows that its amazing. It knows it so much it becomes a bit lazy when it comes to level design in the story. That is my only problem with Plants vs. Zom bies. Pop-cap games have clearly put their heart and soul into this game.
Summary: While the price tag is a bit too high for my tastes, the game is still fun and exciting. It looks sharp and runs admirably and controls relatively nice, tilting the Vita to gather sun and coins is a fantastic feature that's never forced on you. There are a few control hiccups but nothing that got in my way of enjoying the game.