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Submitted by BIoodmask 2168d ago | review

BritishGaming: Plants vs Zombies Review

While addiction is usually confined to illegal substances and characterised as malicious life-ending poison, PopCap treats it as a main export, and it's abundantly clear in Plants vs Zombies. It's also hilarious and creative and painstakingly well designed; PopCap has pushed the boundaries of the causal games empire it's built and on the precipice stands perhaps their best game yet. (PC, Plants vs Zombies) -

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