The Plants vs. Zombies franchise has always had great gameplay with an overlay of goofy charm. The series underwent a transformation into a multiplayer third-party shooter with Plants vs. Zombies…
Nicole, Linda, and Simone are joined this week by funny writer and mom Meredith Bland. She has 7-year-old twins who teach her how to play video games so she can write her regular column for Pixelkin, The Tech-Less Mom. You can also find her hilarious writing on Pile of Babies, The Football Girl, The Stir, She Knows, Parent Map, and more. We have a lot of fun this week!
Yesterday Zen Studios and PopCap Games announced that their Plants Vs. Zombies pinball collaboration is now available on Xbox One. Folks who already own the Plants Vs. Zombies pinball table on Xbox 360 will be able to import it to Xbox One free of charge. Read More
Actually, two free games every month—as long as you’re on Xbox One instead of Xbox 360.
During the Microsoft press conference at E3, Electronic Arts announced the next installment in its very popular Plants vs. Zombies franchise. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 will continue with the same wacky gameplay of its predecessor, Garden Warfare. That game is a third-person shooter where the players can choose to play as either a plant or zombie and then as different characters within each class. The trailer for Garden Warfare 2 shows new types of plants and zombies, including some that have been introduced in Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time on mobile devices. Read More