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Submitted by Pozzle 273d ago | opinion piece

How Plants vs. Zombies 2 works as a free-to-play game so far

Plants vs. Zombies 2 launched last week on the Australian and New Zealand App Stores, and I've been playing it over the last few days. Since this is a soft launch, however, it feels safe to assume that EA is still doing the final balancing on this free-to-play game's monetised elements before the rest of the world gets to try it out. Rather than go straight to a review, then, we thought it would be best to provide a sense of where the game is at the moment, with a particular eye on how the new business model affects the overall design. The basic structure of this tower-defence sequel presumably isn't going to change that much in the weeks that follow, but the vital details of its economy and how that affects the flow of the missions just might. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Plants Vs Zombies 2)

komp  +   273d ago
unless you have a front facing camera...!!!

http://imgur.com/nOBt3mz

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