Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is a cool video game that launched for Xbox 360 and Xbox One game consoles earlier this year. This is the first game in the franchise that steps outside of the top-down tower defense gameplay and introduces third-person shooter aspects to the game.
PopCap Games is the developer behind the very popular mobile game franchise Plants vs. Zombies. During E3 this year PopCap and EA announced that a new game would be coming in the franchise aimed at console gamers called Plants vs.
PopCap’s tower defense game Plants vs. Zombies is available on pretty much every modern gaming device, from PCs to smartphones. And it’s also on at least one classic console: the Sega Genesis aka the Mega Drive.
There’s word on the street that a new Plants vs. Zombies game is being announced at E3 this week. So with the game back on the minds of many, what better time to grab this awesome collection of PvZ amigurumis.
Plants vs. Zombies has very adorable plants, but I wouldn’t mind a spin-off featuring a new character that used the plants as firearms as long as they look as awesome as these concept art by Fellipe Martins.
While many mobile gamers have probably moved on from Plants vs. Zombies by now, I’m still not finished with the most painfully difficult mini-games yet, so it’s still in heavy rotation on my iPad. Somebody else is still enjoying their PvZ too, as is evidenced by this excellent birthday cake, inspired by the game.
PopCap’s legendary tower defense game is coming to XBLA next month, bringing with it 2 player co-op & versus mode(!) and lots of fun-looking extras. Did I mention that you can play as the Zombies?
Yeah, yeah, this is old news, but I don’t care, because the trailer is full of win:
Fred Fisher isn’t the only game-loving pumpkin carver out there that’s handy with an x-acto knife. Over on Deviant Art, user “ceemdee” posted a veritable cornucopia of video game art carved into pumpkins on her DA gallery.
Zombies have become increasingly popular in recent years, since everyone loves a good flesh-eating apocalypse, but the walking dead haven’t quite been used in all possible scenarios yet. You can even find references to zombies fighting Godzilla, for heaven’s sake (or a zombie Godzilla, which may happen after the aforementioned scenario), but rarely do we hear about plants fighting off zombies (or vice versa).