Plants vs Zombies 2 is the sequel to the uber-popular and ultra addicting PvZ which was eventually released on the every platform known to man.
Will the Free to Play model ruin the game or add new levels of intrigue?
The video has been rebranded after the national furore and uprising (think Tiananmen Square or similar) for referring to PvZ2 as an independant game. I have been seriously reprimanded but as my first defence witness I call Mr Jeff Green (@greenspeak) : Yeah, it’s been awhile since Popcap was ‘indie’. Me, though, I’m totally indie”.
Which I think absolves me of any past crimes… Onwards and upwards…!
Truth be told I was checking to see if ‘anyone’ noticed. True to form GAMES JOURNALISM is a high bar to reach.
By the way, Plants vs Zombies 2 serves as a very good example of what happens when you take an indie title and give it to a behemoth. Not to judge the decisions necessarily as there are some good and some bad, but let this be lesson to all.
Regardless of its current state of ownership Plants vs Zombies 2 is available in all good Apple Stores near you (in a totally virtual, non brick and mortar kind of way…)