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Submitted by Nineball2112 2468d ago | review

ARS Review: Plants vs. Zombies makes the zombie invasion cute, addictive

ARS: Plants vs. Zombies is filled with content and surprises, it's inexpensive, it runs on PC and Mac, and it's a version of the Tower Defense idea that actually feels fresh. The only downside is that for some the difficulty may take a while to ramp up, but it does get challenging as you progress and are faced with more, and tougher, decisions. This is a hard game to walk away from, and we're guessing the PC and Mac releases are only the beginning. This is a game that would work well on the iPhone, the DS, the PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live arcade; we can expect the addiction, just like the zombie apocalypse, to spread faster than we're comfortable with.

If you value your free time, find something else to buy. Just saying. (PC, Plants vs Zombies) -

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