Plants vs Zombies 2 Review by Gaming on Android

Triverse writes, "Long time coming is an understatement for Plants vs Zombies 2: It’s About Time on the Android platform. While iOS gamers had this game for awhile, that does not waver the quality of the Android release. This sequel feels a lot like what gamers were presented with going from Super Mario Bros to Super Mario Bros 3. More of the good stuff with new additions that expand the overall game, though In App Purchases rear their ugly head."

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jeffgoldwin1075d ago

It's a must buy game (wait it's free), but I'm sure u already knew how fun this game is.

triverse1075d ago

The game is great. The challenge is set on high (something so many others complain about). This is just more of the first game with some tweaks that some hate (moving certain plants behind a pay wall does suck but it is free).

With the amount of piracy in the world, IAP is one way publishers have found to combat it to some extent. Sucks for the consumer because a few bad apples ruined it for everyone but it happens.

qzp1075d ago

They have a lot of talent at pop cap so i can say the game is fun but since EA bought them you can see where it shows the whole idea of micro trans actions. I would almost want to pay full price of the game that could have been pre micro trans action era

triverse1075d ago

I wish companies would offer both. Offer a free version with IAP and then also offer a paid version without IAP (maybe stagger the releases or something).

Soldierone1075d ago

The free to play style to it just kills it. Just like Candy crush, fun game till you hit a wall and literally cannot play anymore....

triverse1074d ago

I have been playing for awhile and yet to hit a wall. I have found some levels that required multiple plays to complete. Most are star challenges but nothing stopping me from "completing" the game yet.

MRMagoo1231075d ago

When is this damn game coming to pc

triverse1074d ago

I would love to see this game on PC, playing it at an extremely high resolution and seeing what they do for the PC market (not exactly a popular area for IAP).