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Submitted by BIoodmask 1623d ago | review

GameSpot: Plants vs. Zombies Review

Despite its overly busy visuals, the DS version of Plants vs. Zombies is still easy to recommend because it boasts the same ingenious game design, uncomplicated controls, upbeat audio, decent difficulty curve, and frequent player rewards. Both the PC and Xbox 360 games (not to mention those on the iPhone and iPad) are cheaper to buy than this $20 DS version, but if you've never played Plants vs. Zombies before, this is still a great way to find out what you've been missing out on. (Nintendo DS, Plants vs Zombies) 8/10

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