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Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

The Garden Warfare series has always been about the crazy combat and the unique characters and ability’s, and this doesn’t miss out here,The Garden Warfare series has always been about the crazy combat and the unique characters and ability’s, and this doesn’t miss out here, variants can be gone, but it’s understandable since GW2 is a unbalanced game with its overpowered variants. The Garden Warfare series now go on a new direction, Battle For Neighborville, i’m gonna say my experiences as level 260. The New Upgrade systems are great witch you can create your own character throw unique upgrades and ability’s. 4 Maps, 2 for zombies,2 for plants, the story’s behind these maps are basically the same with some minor things changed, you get three items trow fighting three bosses, and then you fight the ” final boss ” , witch to be honest aren’t hard if you are quick enough, the map exploration is great, with a not-so-dumb-AI, there are hidden easter eggs, and also battles that can start in the streets if you find a zombie/plant champion and kill him. The Multiplayer matches are decent, i didn’t experience any crashes or lag.The game also adds 6 new heroes, 3 Plants and 3 Zombies, all of them look great, the patches in October has buffed and nerfed some characters since the game in the Founder’s Edition has really unbalanced, at least they fixed that. And dont worry that all characters from GW2 return as well. The New Progression systems is meh, you dont have cards to buy like in GW1 or GW2 anymore, now its a machine that you waste 30,000 in game coins to get a random item, these items can be a Appearance Customization, Emoji, Dances, or legendary items, the problem is, it’s that you can take up 40-50 minutos to get around 30,000 coins and you randomly get a dance or emoji witch basically no one uses on multiplayer matches. In Conclusion, Battle For Neighborville might not be what some PVZ GW fans wanted, but it still provides a good experience for $39,99. Expand

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