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Submitted by Lucario 413d ago | article

Diehard GameFAN: RISK: Plants vs. Zombies Collector’s Edition

Diehard GameFAN: RISK: Plants vs. Zombies is a cute novelty that fans should basically eat up, as it lets you replicate the plants versus zombies experience with friends in a board game, and it’s novel enough that kids can enjoy it, but as a RISK game it’s limited. If you take it as a Plants vs. Zombies piece of merchandise, or as a cute themed novelty, it’s not a bad investment. You get something that’s themed like the product, is fun to play in most respects, and has some unconventional rules that make it engaging while at least partially being kid friendly. The main game can be a bit more involved than kids might be interested in, though, while also being less engaging for RISK fans due to its limited two player only scope, and a lot of paper pieces mean a lot of chances for piece destruction if you’re not very careful. (Culture, Plants vs Zombies)

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