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Submitted by HarryMonogenis 1815d ago | review

Plants vs. Zombies Review [Xbox 360]

Gamer Syndrome: In Plants vs. Zombies, you play as a home owner. Your main objective is to repel an army of zombies from your home using your many varieties of plants — each of which have their own unique abilities. Plants vs. Zombies is without a doubt a different sort of Tower-Defence game, in which I mean that the zombies don’t follow the usual zig-zag path to reach your house. Instead, there are five straight paths that the zombies can take. The variety of plants at your disposal is pretty limited at first, but as you progress through levels you will earn more. Some plants act as turrets, which shoot out green peas at the zombies, slowly dismembering the limbs of them, while others crush, slow, block and even eat zombies — the amount is staggering. (Plants vs Zombies, Xbox 360) -

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