Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is brilliant. Its Call of Duty done properly and an absolute steal at today's price in the CDKeys daily deal.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is a fun, fresh and friendly new take on the tired old multiplayer shooter. Newbies will enjoy a safe and relaxing environment to learn the ropes, while the superbly imbalanced classes provide surprising depth for more experienced players. PopCap's genre inexperience shows in the half-baked progression system and unsatisfying hit feedback, but their bumbling and charming personality ultimately wins out. - Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare Review | Poddington Platoon
This week's Playstation discounts have been announced with great savings on Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, as well as great Vita titles such as Fez, Hotline Miami and Oddworld: Strangers Wrath.
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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is basically what you'd get if you stuck PvZ and Battlefield in a blender together, shook it up and then threw in an inappropriate randomised progression system. Still, there's no denying that it's fantastic fun and that £6.66 is an insane price for an Xbox 360 digital download!
Make sure to check out our Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare review.
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The Game Collection have yet another sale on the go for us with the June Smash Sale which includes a range of titles with up to 40% off.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is basically what you'd get if you stuck PvZ and Battlefield in a blender together, shook it up and then threw in an inappropriate randomised progression system. Still, there's no denying that it's fantastic fun and that £16.50 is a great price for a physical copy.
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Microsoft has revealed this week's collection of Xbox One deals and Xbox 360 discounts for Gold Members, which focus heavily on PopCap titles. First and foremost, Peggle 2 can be yours for £4, which is the cheapest it's ever been.
The surprisingly excellent Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has been slashed down to £8.49 on Xbox 360 and £11.55 on Xbox One. It's a good price, though PS4 owners were able to get it for free a few days ago.
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For those of you who aren't subscribed to EA Access, this is a great deal to get hold of Get Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare on Xbox One. GAME's offer beats the next cheapest price by almost £10.
We described Garden Warfare as "a fun, fresh and friendly new take on the tired old multiplayer shooter" in our review. Any issues are easily overcome by the sheer fun factor and charm the series is known for, and at this price the value for money is definitely high. Thanks to TOMBOY25360 @ HUKD!
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is basically what you'd get if you stuck PvZ and Battlefield in a blender together. It's a lot of fun, and it's one of the games discounted in this week's round of PlayStation deals.
Do bear in mind, though that you'll need a PS+ subscription to get it at £13.99. You can click here for our Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare review. Cracking spot by uchihamiek!
Did you miss the EA Gamescom trailer for Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare? You know, the one that revealed the zombie classes for the tie-in multiplayer shooter? Well, never fear, because we've stashed it after the braiiiiiiiins.
I mean break, obviously. What did I say?
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare launches next Spring as an Xbox One timed exclusive. More details below.Click here to read more...
It's Gamescom week, folks! We've shipped both Matt and Carl our to Cologne, Germany to get hands-on with all the upcoming games and hardware, but before the madness begins we sat them both down to chat about what they were most looking forward to. Plus, everybody's favourite mascot, Toby The Dealspwny, makes an appearance!
Be sure to check back daily for more bite-sized video impressions from this year's show.
Both of PopCap's upcoming heavy-hitters will release as Xbox One timed exclusives: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare and the long-awaited Peggle 2. Though Microsoft proudly announced the deal during their Gamescom showcase, we'll likely get more gameplay footage (and our first look at Peggle 2 yessss) during EA's press conference at 15:00.
Peggle 2 has been confirmed as an Xbox One launch title, while Garden Warfare is slated to release next year. UPDATE: EA has confirmed the news and announced that Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare will include a Kinect-powered Boss Mode.
This year's E3 was a strange combination of current-gen blockbusters and heavy-hitters for next-gen, with plenty of indie goodness sprinkled in between. Though many played it safe, there were a number of titles that certainly caught the eye and made us incredibly excited for the next twelve months or so.
Honourable Mentions: Rain, Watch Dogs, The Division, The Crew, Pokemon X and Y, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Thief 4
Once again, Quantic Dream impressed with Beyond, this time showing off some action-centric moments that seemed to hugely contrast with the previous snippets we'd been privy to. It raised a number of questions both in terms of narrative and gameplay -- questions that we're itching to have answered.
The Wonderful 101 is a shoe-in for this list, let's be honest, but we've been banging on about that game for months. We got more Platinum awesomeness at E3, though, in the form of Bayonetta 2. It looks just as dazzlingly balletic, utterly barmy, and deliciously over-the-top.Click here to read more...
PopCap have indeed been working on that rumoured Plants vs Zombies tie-in. Garden Warfare will bring 3D multiplayer combat to the Xbox One followed by the Xbox 360, with players collaborating to destroy the zombie menace directly with their powerful plant abilities. Different foliage species provide unique multiplayer classes (including the offensive Pea Shooter and Sunflower healer), and players can combine abilities to deal out differing effects.
We've got a trailer after the break.Click here to read more...