Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare and its sequel were both games that I spent a lot of time playing, their cutesy visuals and fun multiplayer shooting acting as a great alternative to the more serious Call of Dutys and Battlefields of the world. But a third game never appeared, and Plants vs Zombies sort of faded away, its days as a multiplayer shooter nearly forgotten. Until now, that is. Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville may not have the Garden Warfare name but it’s most certain a sequel, one that has snuck under the radar. Released this past week with very little hype or advertising it has sucked up hour after hour of my time.
EA and Popcap have announced that microtransactions will be coming to Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare next week, allowing players to purchase coins for real money. “Starting next week, players will be given the option to purchase coins from the Sticker Shop, which allows players the ability to […]
Popcap are continuing their plan to bring free content to owners of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare with a new chunk of DLC titled Zomboss Down, which adds a significant amount of content to the game. Firstly players can look forward to a new map called Cactus Canyon […]