Summary: Before I played this game I read the reviews so I was ready for an all online shooter game. That being said the game is just missing something. It is more than a Facebook game, but less than your typical Xbox game and definitely doesn't have enough content to warrant paying full price for this game. The stuff that is there is fun, but not great. Overall it is an ok game that would be fun to play with friends online, but doesn't give me much reason to keep playing.
I thought this was going to be a great game but then EA comes to the killing once ...
Christine Ryan, Amazon
27 June 2014
Summary: I thought this was going to be a great game but then EA comes to the killing once again. I hate EA. Im a gamer and I refuse to play EA games. Why? Well because you have to have an EA account to play. That's dumb I mean why cant we play an open game with no trouble. EA makes that impossible.
Summary: I'll admit that it's most likely my fault that I didn't read enough into the description of this game. I should have blown up the picture of the box so I could read the fine print. I didn't though. I just bought the game. Now I have a game that I can't play because I'm too cheap to buy xbox gold. My teenager played it for a few minutes and said it was fun. I think EA really missed the bus with this one. It appeals to people too young or too old to have xbox gold.
Game is fun but account set up with Live and EA is a nightmare
Sean M Doll, Amazon
6 April 2014
Summary: I have the 360 version. It took for forever to set up. Only the family member with Live Gold can play and everyone must share that account. This means that you can't even have your own game saves for each user. You also need an EA account to play, so I had to set that up, too. You can't play split screen mode either. This is overall an absolutely horrible implementation of a fun game. I would count on waiting 30 minutes to set it up.
Summary: I guess I have no clue how to read the description because I sure thought my kids could play this together as an alternative to halo or other war games. But unfortunately local is only one player, remotely you can play against other online with xbox gold. No co op or competitive play locally,,\ just one player on each xbox, all multiplayer is with others online.
Summary: I have spent countless hours playing Plants Versus Zombies with my 8 year old son as a couch co-op game. So I was extremely disappointed to fire up this Pre-Ordered title and find out that split screen co-op is not supported by the Xbox-360 version. The game got about 5 minutes of play after I registered with EA and renewed my Gold subscription. I would have renewed my Gold subscription anyway so no complaint there; but wow what a disappointment.