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I ran across Plants vs Zombies for the Nintendo DS in the clearance rack at a local store. I saw that the mega site Family Friendly Gaming has a review this game on the PS Vita. So I wondered if the DS version would be okay. The impressions Plants vs Zombies gave me on the DS are much different than the Vita version. We collect little light balls in Plants vs Zombies. Those are used to purchase plants. Those plants will defend, grow more light, or attack the zombies. The zombies come in waves and in different types.

I am not impressed with the graphics in Plants vs Zombies. They are dull, and repetitive. Plants vs Zombies contains massive amounts of violence as we dismember the zombies. That to me is the most disturbing part of Plants vs Zombies. Knocking off heads, arms, etc. I wanted to throw up at the gruesome nature of this hand held video game. All kinds of defenses are available to the player.

Zombie sounds creep me out. The moaning, and brains obsession is disgusting. Whoever came up with the idea of zombies must have spent time in an insane asylum. There are other creepy sounds throughout Plants vs Zombies. In fact everything in this DS game is pretty disgusting with one minor exception. That exception is the plants. The plants are actually pretty cool in Plants vs Zombies. I personally enjoy the light created plants. They help bring a little light to this dark game.

There are fifty adventure levels, five game modes, and twenty-two mini games in Plants vs Zombies. This Nintendo DS cartridge also includes a single card download play for two players, and a multi-card download for two players. I got Plants vs Zombies for a very reasonable price. I did so with one main objective - to review it. Otherwise I would pass on a game like this one.

At first I found Plants vs Zombies to be clever. I mean using plants to grow light orbs, and using that to lay down defenses was pretty cool. Once I had a good method for doing this, the game became boring. Imagine doing the same thing over and over again. There was little variety to Plants vs Zombies. Sure there were new defenses, and new zombies. I had to replay a level here or there, but Plants vs Zombies ceased to be any fun. I knew ways to win. The mini games break things up, but they are extremely easy.

Plants vs Zombies creeps me out. The twist on the tower defense genre is different. The killing off zombies increased my aggression levels to the point of being nearly ruthless. I do not need anymore games in this franchise. I am going to listen to praise and worship songs to renew my mind toward God.
- Mark


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 76%
Family Friendly Factor: 66%

System: Nintendo DS
Publisher:  PopCap Games

Rating:    'E10+' - Everyone 10+
{Animated Blood, Cartoon Violence}

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