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Submitted by BionicAntboy 1564d ago | review

Plants vs Zombie on XBLA – the least great version? (review)

It's no secret that Plants vs Zombies from Pop Cap is one of the favourite 'go-to' games in the RGB Filter bullpen. Solid gameplay and great visuals, along with with a good sense of humour (and zombies) is a winning combination, and PvZ is proof of that. When Pop Cap announced that it was shambling over to Xbox LIVE Arcade, with new game modes and a truly HD visual makeover, more than one member of the team had their MS Points ready to go.

Does the the game hold up in its console incarnation, or does the controller interface dampen the joy of smashing the undead? (Casual games, Plants vs Zombies, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

TheHardware  +   1565d ago
Not surprised
it would be like trying to play Ninja Gaiden, on a PC...not really made for it

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