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Submitted by Wiiloveit 1051d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Plants vs. Zombies - DS Review

PopCap Games has an M.O. so strict that many fans just assume it as law; they will release a game on an original platform (mostly PC), and then create further versions for as many systems as they possibly can. Following this trend is the game, Plants vs. Zombies. I am not ashamed to admit that I love this game so much that I own it on PC (twice, in fact), PS3, 360, iOS (twice), and DSiWare. With all these different versions available, is the DS version worth picking up? (Nintendo DS, Plants vs Zombies) 93/100

Lelldorianx  +   1051d ago
PvZ was one of my favorite PC games for a while. I'm not normally a big casual game fan, but the simplicity of design for a tower defense game was greatly appreciated. A lot of modern tower defense games try to go WAY overboard with features, which ends up creating a muddled mess.

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