Excerpt: Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you know that zombies are the "it" thing right now. From The Walking Dead in graphic novels and on television to the ever-popular Left for Dead series, all things undead are in vogue.
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (Xbox One) Review
28 March 2014
Excerpt: The phenomenally successful Plants Vs. Zombies is a game I avoided until a girl I was dating withheld sex from me until I played it. It was pretty good. The game wasn’t bad either. Plants Vs. Zombies has a weird charm to it.
Summary: Having spent many hours playing Titanfall in the days preceding my introduction to Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, jumping from Respawn’s high-tech, hyper-real finesse FPS into the clunky, chunky gaiety of EA’s cartoonish tower-defense-game-turned-shooter was quite the transition.
Conclusion: It is seems a shame the game didn’t launch before Christmas – on this evidence, with its kid-friendly content and rock-solid gameplay, it had the potential to have cleaned up, and help Microsoft move a bunch of additional Ones off the shelves in the process.
Excerpt: EA and PopCap Games have unleashed the craziest title so far in the Plants vs. Zombies franchise with Garden Warfare . The game utilizes the Frostbite 3 engine to produce one of the best presentations yet for the series packed full of excitement and zaniness.
Excerpt: I don’t recall ever thinking as I played Plants vs. Zombies on the PC that it would make the perfect third-person shooter, but that’s precisely how I responded to the first trailer for Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare .
Excerpt: . Killing zombies in video games has been a staple in gaming for as long as I can remember, but using Plants to do it? Well, that was definitely something that hadn’t been done before. What set