Summary: We've had this game since the release and are still playing it. True, you need Xbox Live to play this game, but then Live opens up all the advantages that owning a Xbox is about. The kids enjoy customizing the plants and zombies and the goals give them something easy to accomplish to level up the...
Summary: While this game would be very little interest without an internet connection, when you have one Plants vs. Zombies is the best! Online play is reasonably stable, though you will get kicked here and there because of connection problems. Voice chat is mingled nicely with the game, as well.
Lots of fun, but wish you could have 2 players on XBOX360 console at same time
ShoeLover9989 "J", Amazon
5 October 2014
Summary: Cool upgrade form the DS version. But if you only have an XBOX 360, you can't have 2 players on the game console at once. You need an XBOX one for that to work. You also have to buy the yearly membership ( XBOX gold for $60) to play
Summary: Basically a Call of Duty primer for 7 year olds. Graphics, audio, presentation is all top notch. However it's online only. I don't understand why they didn't add in a mode where you can play against bots, or local split-screen co-op.
Summary: Good shooter which is made by EA. It is very kid friendly in a day where few games are. It is fun and action oriented. It has good graphics and looks to be adding more content in the future. The online play impressed my 15 year which is a big time gamer.
Summary: a very fun multiplayer shooter with a nice community and a great variety of game modes. first is welcome mat. a standard team deathmatch but the more you suck the more health you will gain at spawn next is team vanquish. it is just standard team deathmatch next is gardens and graveyards.