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"Fun and Often Funny - Recommended" - By C. Hill (South-Central, PA USA)
"Plants Vs Zombies" is a very enjoyable, funny, and somewhat addictive. I should note that we love the version on the PC (5 Stars) and while the Xbox 360 version is not quite the same, it still is VERY good and adds multi-player fun.
At the core is a tower defense strategy game where you place your special ability plants to stem (no pun intended) the tide of shambling zombies. Picking the right combination of offensive and defensive abilities to suit the situation, in real time, is key to being successful, but is actually fairly easy to get the hang of. Even younger players can become proficient with a little bit of practice.
The controls are OK and work well enough, but also better on the PC.
As noted above the PC version is better in most regards but this version allows us to play together, which ... full review
"Scary game! Run Hide or Die!!" - By Banquero (Indianapolis)
[[VIDEOID:mo19DX4TDNBIY9X]]UPDATE: I added a video of 2 minutes of gameplay so you can get an idea of what the game is like. I kept it short because I don't want to give too much away. This is from very early on in the game when things are still brightly lit and you haven't discovered many terrors yet. It gets darker and scarier as the game goes on.
You play as a reporter who is investigating a mental asylum, you have NO WEAPONS! You can only run, hide or die basically. All you have is a camcorder with limited batteries. The point of the camcorder is to use its night vision or zoom. As you explore the asylum and run/hide from its inhabitants you find batteries for your camera and documents to help you figure out what happened here. I loved the clever take on the horror game genre. Most ... full review
Maybe some people have their gripes about this game, but I have to say--I have played all the Tomb Raider games and this is by far, the most amazing! Tomb Raider: Legend, and Tomb Raider: Underworld were great too, but this one was just jaw-dropping! I couldn't stop playing this game from start to end. The dynamic camera really makes you feel like you're there with Lara and watching as she falls, scrapes, bruises, and injures herself to the point where sometimes you feel her pain. This story is a great beginning to the Tomb Raider series! We get to see the transformation of an innocent-rich-academic girl, slowly turn into a dual-gun-wielding-tomb-raiding-survivalist. Even though there is no "New Game +" I played this two more times! I can't wait for the next game if there is one!
Whether you are a Tomb Raider fan or not--GET THIS! It is ... full review
"Lara Croft Gets Mature-In More Than One Way" - By W. freeman (fairmont, wv)
I played a few of the Tomb Raider games and really didn't get into them much, i'm not sure if it's because I was playing as a girl? Not to sound sexist, or i just preferred Indiana Jones, and Drakes Fortune over her. I really enjoyed the Uncharted games and could probably go through them again. I think this game is actually better in different ways. Graphically I do find it to be better, and Square Enix have always been known for great graphics and atmosphere. One of my favorites being Just Cause 2. The game mechanics are smooth as silk, the aiming and shooting accuracy are much better than Drakes Fortune, along with the controls. Not to discredit those games, but this game seems more plausible (for a game), and has more of a humanistic side to it. You really feel what Lara is going through, and it has ... full review
We have a ton of games for our XBox 360 Kinect, but it's always Kinect Adventures that we pull out when visitors come over. It's fun and easys to learn.
In essence you get a collection of mini-games which use your body to play. You don't have to hold controllers or learn buttons. For dodge-ball, a person simply stands in front of the screen and when a ball comes at them they whap it with their hand, foot, or head. How easy can that be? Everyone "gets it" within seconds and is immediately having fun.
There are river rapids where you jump to make the raft jump. There are obstacles courses where you do all sorts of crazy moves to gather points and avoid the obstacles. You plug up leaks in an aquarium with your body parts. You pop bubbles. Mostly, you have enormous amounts of fun.
"Pleasantly surprised" - By H. Vargas (Norcal United States)
Just to be upfront I bought this game because it got fairly good reviews, but most importantly I wanted the free game that Nintendo was offering (I picked Mario 3d Land which is also an awesome game) for purchasing this or the new Pokemon game along with the recent purchase of a 3ds (registered no earlier than 14 Feb 2013). I never did get the chance to play the original Luigi's Mansion on Gamecube so I didn't know what exactly I was in for with this game. With that out of the way, I found myself pleasantly surprised by the game play in Luigi's Mansion along with abundance of charm that this game possesses. One online site (IGN I think it was)mentioned that it was not good that the game was split up into missions as opposed to allowing you to explore the various mansions at your leisure. I disagreed ... full review