Product placement sure has gotten weird. The latest oddball mix comes from a partnership between Cheetos and Target, along with a game that ostensibly has no connection to either of those entities, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. Get ready to don some cheetah spots on your favorite foliage as Chester Cheetah dives into the fray.
Okay, all of you who are unable to play Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare due to console exclusivity on a machine you don't presently own, please take one step forward. Not so fast, PlayStation gamers. This morning, Pop Cap's Brian Lindley made the announcement that the off-kilter class-based shooter will finally be making its way to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare gets a Wild West-themed bit of DLC called Zomboss Down. Better still, this bad boy is a free download for those who already own the game.
Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has recently launched for the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One, and the online-only shooter has already been put into the pixel counter grinder with a video comparison between the two generation's graphics.
The upcoming shooter for the Xbox brand consoles and PC, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, recently received some startling information about its resolution and frame-rate.
Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners will receive Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare early next year. Publisher EA has announced a February release date for the multiplayer shooter.
ďItís about time.Ē Thatís the tagline for Plants vs. Zombies 2, the latest offering from PopCap Games that will take the beloved franchise through various stops along the course of history to allow ancient flora to wage war against olden shambling armies of the undead.
Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will not be arriving within a month as planned. Today PopCap Games announced that they were pushing the game back to an unspecified date.
As PopCap Games promised last month, Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will be launching in July. Today, they provided a specific release date and also confirmed the launch platforms.
Plants Vs. Zombies 2 won't be out in "late spring" as originally planned. A teaser trailer from PopCap Games promises that the tower defense game will arrive in July instead.
The annual sugar orgy known as Halloween is always rough on kids' teeth. The American Dental Association has armed themselves with an interesting weapon for this year's battle against tooth decay: free copies of Plants vs. Zombies.
It's a struggle as old as time itself: Plants vs. Zombies. And that epic battle of epicness is set to begin a whole new chapter next year, as PopCap Games has announced a late spring 2013 launch of Plants vs. Zombies 2.
PopCap Games has announced a special transatlantic Solitaire Blitz Guinness World Record attempt, challenging two women from different continents to play 30 straight hours of their favorite digital card game to raise funds for charity:water.
The PlayStation Vita is now home to the endless battle between the undead and plant life. PopCap Games announced today that the Vita port of Plants Vs. Zombies is now available through PSN for $14.99.
Tower defense game Plants vs. Zombies is spreading to yet another platform. Sony confirmed today that PopCap Games' hit will be appearing on the PlayStation Vita.