Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare
Summary: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is a fantastic and fresh new take on the online shooter genre with its wacky humour and impressive gameplay. Critics agree that this a fantastic addition to the Plants VS Zombies franchise
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Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare does right by its namesake, putting the characters and charm to good use.
The freshest shooter to sprout in recent memory, PvZ is shackled by asinine DRM.
It never hits the heights of Battlefield in its pomp, Call of Duty at its slickest or Titanfall in its explosive beta, but at its best Garden Warfare stirs the same emotions; the panic, the triumph, the tension and the elation. Whether anyone will stick with it once the Titans Are Ready is unsure, but PopCap has overachieved and delivered one of the most likeable games on next-generation hardware anywhere. Quite simply, I dig it.
Garden Warfare is a fun, polished shooter, and what it lacks in gameplay depth it more than makes up for with fun cosmetic gear you'll actually want to unlock.
The least brown shooter ever made, with the colourful graphics and accessible controls supported by an imaginative and surprisingly well-crafted online experience.
Already-limited offerings are diminished by a quasi-free-to-play monetization scheme
The gameplay of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is standard stuff, but the game's lighthearted tone makes it an appealing multiplayer shooter that stands out from the crowd.
Plants vs. Zombies is an elevating factor in a tired genre
A bright, colorful and friendly introduction to the world of online multiplayer shooters.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare's bright colors, cartoon graphics and humorous approach are the antithesis of most first-person shooters. But don't be fooled. It's as good as any out there - and very likely an awful lot more fun.