At least Crazy Dave is back
The map between levels is an unnecessary mechanic to further encourage in-app purchases
PvZ 2 travels through several time periods, including ancient Egypt
Indie PopCap and EA-owned PopCap are two entirely different animals
Much of the core gameplay, however, still looks familiar
Gizmag reviews the pre-release version of Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time. Does it live up to the lofty expectations set by the 2009 original?
It's all about this screen
You get the sense that the game cares more about this than anything else
The original Plants vs. Zombies was a casual gaming classic. It had the perfect blend of quirky humor, memorable characters, and just-challenging-enough strategy. Most of all, it was a blast to play. Now, four years later, PopCap Games returns with the long-anticipated follow-up, Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time. Does it hold a candle to its predecessor? Read on, as Gizmag puts it through the paces.
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