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Submitted by leonHurley 796d ago | opinion piece

The best plants in games – how does PlayStation’s garden grow?

OPM: PlayStation’s plants do brighten up the place in their own special (usually murdery) way. The jungles of man-eating Venus flytraps, killer chrysanthemum seductresses and sentient alien bulbs are hardly going to fit into a tent at the Chelsea Flower Show but they’re worth celebrating. So lift a trowel to the best gardening in games. (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Bulletstorm, Flower, Killzone 3, PS3)

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