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Submitted by moosehound 1401d ago | review

BrutalGamer: Plants Vs Zombies Review

BrutalGamer writes:

PopCap are back once again and they’ve finally put their landmark Plants Vs Zombies on a home console!

I thought long and hard about the start and content of this review. Plants Vs Zombies came out in May 2009 and has been widely heralded as a work of genius. So I thought simply putting- GO BUY IT DUMB ARSE! -would suffice as the review.. any questions?

Oh you want to know about the new modes and control scheme… fair enough then. (Casual games, Plants vs Zombies, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

Keats  +   1401d ago
Good to see the controls made it over ok. It's always a concern when pc ports that rely on the mouse go analogue.
moosehound  +   1401d ago
It really was surprising how well PopCap mapped them tbh. I still think touch is the best method of control but the game is still very playable on a controller :D

Now I want a PS3 port with Move support.

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