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Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare – Xbox 360

Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare - Xbox 360

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare digs into the trenches with an explosive new action experience. Blast zombies, plants and new characters across a mine-blowing world that delivers the depth of a traditional online shooter blended on high with the refreshing humor of Plant vs. Zombies. Take on Co-op and Multiplayer action with your friends and sow the seeds of victory!

  • 24-player multiplayer action: Choose your side, plants or zombies, in 24-player online battles
  • Customization: Personalize your favorite plants and zombies with hundreds of unique items and customizations
  • 4-player online co-op: Join forces with friends in online 4-player cooperative mode
  • New plants and zombies: Powerful new plants and zombies with a huge variety of abilities
  • Expansive world: Over 10 unique multiplayer and cooperative battlegrounds

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  1. 197 of 219 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Just awful!!, May 2, 2014

    This review is from: Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    I promised this game to my son as a reward for getting all A’s. We buy it, pop it in and……….nothing. First, it said I had to create an EA account. Fine. Then it required me to sign in to my xbox live gold account???? You can’t play unless you not only have an xbox live account but pay to have an xbox live GOLD ($60) account which I have but did not understand why I would have to pay for a game that can’t be played without paying more for xbox gold. If I decide not to renew my xbox live gold account I can no longer play a game that I paid for. The final straw was after all of that it needed to install a file on the xbox hard drive that took up an insane amount of space for a game that can only be played online.
    So, to recap, you pay for a game thats one player, can only be played online with a $60 xbox gold account and it takes up a bunch of space on your xbox hard drive even though it can’t be played unless its connected to the EA server via the internet. THAT IS INSANE!! It makes no sense at all. This game is a huge waste of money and time. This game is nothing but a cash cow for EA and microsoft. You pay for it to get it home and continue to pay to play it. For a kid it may be fun (if you have xbox live gold) but for a parent, its a nightmare that you will never stop paying for.


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  2. 216 of 243 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Xbox gold live, May 13, 2014

    This review is from: Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    Instead of putting Xbox 360 at the top of the game, which is supposed to indicate what system can play this, it should say “Xbox gold live” as to make it very clear that is the ONLY way you will be able to play this game. No single player offline mode. No split screen local multiplayer mode. They expect you to pay a monthly subscription on top of the $30+ game just to play it. Pretty ridiculous.


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  3. 459 of 525 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Read before judging…, March 14, 2014

    This review is from: Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    First, I want to say that I love PvZ anything. My kids especially love it.. the biggest reason you might ask- well, they are 16, 13, and 5. It is one of the few games they can play together that they all can ~actually play~. They all were waiting anxiously for this games release. When it finally came out they pooled their money and when I got on to buy it I did notice it said it needed xbox live gold. OK… I told my boys and the older two said it was no big deal as they both have xbox live accounts.
    Here is why I say to read before judging… in the description right here on Amazon it states under the Xbox 360 platform (and I just jumped to another window and double checked, as of today it is still there) it says that it is a 4 player online co-op. So, my kids get it loaded and it comes up and they realize that they can not play with each other on one tv. I double checked then and just a few seconds ago… no where does it say that the split screen is xbox one only. Nor does it explain anywhere that if you buy this game you can only be a loner at an xbox playing only with people that you can’t actually see. So, sadly, my two older boys can play but the younger one is left out. Now I am trying to decide whether I want to get my 5 yr old an xbox live account so he and I can play this stupid game together!

    Here is my issue… I have been in marketing… the people saying this is ‘a money grab’ are right. I usually have my ‘marketing goggles’ on and am pretty skeptical about anything. There are marketing ploys everywhere. We as a society choose which ones we are willing to buy into and which ones we are not. Those leaving their reviews and opinions about the fact that this game is online only are doing precisely what the review process was meant to do. It is to let the product manufacturer know what their consumers want. Well, I think they have spoken pretty loudly… they don’t appreciate being forced to buy xbox live just to play a game. And yes, forced, in a loose sense of the word. Because when you or your children buy something that they think is one thing and find out it isn’t quite what they expected and it was done intentionally all in the name of forcing you into buying or participating in something you didn’t originally intend to ….. that is being forced. I do believe that the manufacturer knew they were being slightly misleading. And they specifically made certain features on the xbox one available that you can’t get on the 360 (and don’t give me all the processor crap, the 360 could have handled a split screen – they could have made it not have to be online, gee what a concept). The reasoning behind that is so that kids would bug their parents into (or so that the give me, gotta have it generation would want it even more) getting the xbox one. I told my oldest sons this all would happen from the gate (and that is why we have not, nor will we ever, buy an xbox one). And it has. Everything they are doing is a ploy to get people to feel that they HAVE to move up or they are missing out. Well, I for one don’t think that splitting brothers into separate rooms and making people sit solitarily and dividing ourselves from human contact is ‘missing out’. We now have a stack of games that the older boys have gathered that they are taking down the their local GameStop to trade in to get their little brother a live account so they can all play. We could just buy another xbox live membership… but I am officially done putting money into xbox. From now on if we can’t trade it straight across then it ‘ain’t’ happening. And once we run dry of our xbox stockpile, well, we will find other game consoles at that point that will have hopefully learned from xbox’s mistake.

    All of you saying that we shouldn’t be rating on the fact that it is online only, stop being sheep and read what the definition of review is. You tell what you do and do not like about a product so they can make improvements. How do they improve if we don’t let them know anything? If PopCap was smart, they would read these and get the hint that part of what made the original PvZ so popular was the fact that it wasn’t the online, loner game. It brought families together. This separates them. That is it’s downfall. Online games are a dime a dozen. The ones that can bring a family with such a wide range of ages – now that was talent.

    Making the game the same across all platforms would have been more honest. Aside from that…. any game should be able to be played offline. Period. Otherwise, i look at it as you are encouraging my 5 yr old to engage strangers in order to play a simple game. Justify it all you want… that is what you are doing all in the name of $$$.


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