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Submitted by JonahFalcon 1696d ago | review

Plants Vs. Zombies XBLA Review (GameStooge)

GameStooge weighs in on the Xbox Live Arcade version of Popcap's classic Plants Vs. Zombies.

Excerpt: "The basic gameplay is completely unchanged for the most part. If you’ve played the campaign before, you’ll find nothing new here. The only difference is that instead of using a mouse and keyboard or a touch screen, you move with a gamepad. To compensate, your cursor will pick up any nearby coins or sunlight automatically. Plants are selected using the shoulder buttons, while digging up plants only requires holding down the B button. This makes some of the game easier, especially when you want to dig up a plant and quickly replace it; all you need to do is hold down B for a moment, then press A. The cursor is fast enough that once can do a quick sweep around the field to pick up stray coins and sunlight." (Plants vs Zombies, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

Tommykrem  +   1696d ago
Want on PSN with Move support! Come on, it would be perfect!
JonahFalcon  +   1696d ago
PSN sure. Move support? Not so much.

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