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Submitted by mprunty 1425d ago | review

[Gaming Evolution] Plants vs. Zombies Review

It’s no secret that tower defense games have become a stable for downloadable titles on the Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network. While the communities do offer a lot of variety, it’s this genre that you simply can’t get enough of. Enter Plant vs. Zombies, the latest project from PopCap Games for the Xbox 360 console. While there will be a lot of similarities between Plants vs. Zombies and other tower defense titles currently on the market, it’s that little extra something that PopCap Games adds to the formula that makes this title an experience all its own. So without further adue, here is Gaming Evolution's review of Plants vs. Zombies….Rated PG. (Plants vs Zombies, Xbox 360) 9/10

Bigpappy  +   1426d ago
Its a good game
But I think that score is a bit high. 7.5 - 8 would be more like it. But I do like the game.

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