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- Plants Attack — Bring the fight to the zombies for the first time in franchise history. Go on theoffensive as the plants in all-new 24-player Herbal Assault mode, or defend Zomburbia in 4-playerzombie co-op in Graveyard Ops.
- Characters From All Ages — Bring even more strategic depth to this all-out botanical battle with 14total character classes, and over 100 playable plants and zombies from the past, present, and future.
- Play Your Way — With over 7 lawn-inspiring game modes, play in crazy 24-player online battles inHerbal Assault or Gardens & Graveyards, choose the plant or zombie side in 4-player co-op, or gosolo playing against AI opponents or locally in split-screen co-op across any mode in the game (noXbox Live Gold or PS Plus required).
- A Living PvZ World — The struggle for Suburbia has come into full bloom, with 12 maps burstingwith personality and humor, Zombossified cityscapes, and crowded airspaces, all layered withhidden secrets waiting to be discovered.
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The battle for suburbia grows to crazy new heights in Plants vs. Zombies™ Garden Warfare 2! In this hilarious, action-packed shooter, zombie leader Dr. Zomboss has strengthened his horde and rebuilt suburbia as a zombie utopia. But hope remains, because for the first time the plants are taking the offensive in an all-out attack to reclaim their turf. Play as the plants in the all-new 24-player Herbal Assault mode, or choose your side in 4-player co-op or Solo Play!
- Plants Attack — Bring the fight to the zombies for the first time in franchise history. Go on the offensive as the plants in all-new 24-player Herbal Assault mode, or defend Zomburbia in 4-player zombie co-op in Graveyard Ops.
- Characters From All Ages — Bring even more strategic depth to this all-out botanical battle with 14 total character classes, and over 100 playable plants and zombies from the past, present, and future.
- Play Your Way — With over 7 lawn-inspiring game modes, play in crazy 24-player online battles in Herbal Assault or Gardens & Graveyards, choose the plant or zombie side in 4-player co-op, or go solo playing against AI opponents or locally in split-screen co-op across any mode in the game (no Xbox Live Gold or PS Plus required).
- A Living PvZ World — The struggle for Suburbia has come into full bloom, with 12 maps bursting with personality and humor, Zombossified cityscapes, and crowded airspaces, all layered with hidden secrets waiting to be discovered.
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Fun to play both two player online or alone offline - from what my grandsons tell me. :-) Highly recommended if you are looking for a "safe" game for children.
Background: I purchased this game for my wife. She isn’t really a gamer and she doesn’t enjoy many shooter-type games, but she loved Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. For this very reason I ordered her Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 for her birthday.
First impressions: A lot of the same from PVZ:GW, but we love the additions. We have really enjoyed the new options for gameplay, and we highly recommend it.
Pros: 1. My wife really enjoys the fact that there are quests/campaigns for a single player. It feels like there are more options to the game and you don’t have to depend on having someone else to play with.
2. We both really enjoy the backyard battleground setup. It feels more relaxed than regular Garden or Graveyard Ops, and it is a good means to just try out a new character or introduce someone to the game.
3. The multiplayer games like Suburbination and Gnome Bomb haven't changed much except that we can play them together in private play! With PVZ:GW we had to take turns playing online multiplayer.
4. In split screen we can log in with both of our gamer tags, and we both get achievements. There is still a main player who is allowed to open chests and pursue tasks, but it is nice that we can still track our progress if we aren’t the main player.
1. Garden Ops is basically the same, though now you can do "Graveyard Ops" as zombies. I do appreciate this expanded game play as well.
Cons: The only reason I didn't give it five stars is for two reasons…
1. The bugs. There have been a number of bugs that have affected our game play (both in Garden Ops). This might not bother others and they will just restart the level, but I am a quality assurance engineer and I feel these bugs are too significant not to have been addressed beforehand. (Some bugs include the wave never ending because there is one zombie remaining, but we search the whole map and can't find the zombie! This happened twice. Another bug was a machine gun sound bugging out and going on and on after the zombie or plant was dead.)
2. We really wish split screen extended beyond two players. We are SO happy about the extended functionality for the two of us to play together, but when we spend time with other friends or family we wish we could share this game with them more easily.
Not a reflection on the game just a heads up, I miss the days when you could just plug a game in and use it. It required a 10 gb update just to work. kindve a bummer.
This one is far less glitch, and most problems can be traced back to my garbage internet connection then anything game side.
The major complaint I have is that you get experience instead of coins for your actions like the first game. I feel they should have just done both......BUT, after you gain 10 levels, you upgrade the character and get 20,000 coins. Not sure how much XP it takes to get 10 levels, but it's got to be semi comparable. The downside is.......you can only upgrade each guy 6?? times I believe. The positive is there are over 110 different characters you can unlock and level up, and by the time you are done leveling up the guys the game gives you by default, you'll have half the other characters unlocked. So it's a different approach that I think could've just been made simpler by allowing characters to level up and you get coins equal to the experience you were earning, no matter where you were earning it.
I was not dissapointed. They added so much to the game play with the single player campaign.
My only gripe is that they dumbed down the menu system and instead of just selecting single player or multilayer on a menu at bootup, you have to make your character run around the map to different locations that will allow you to load different game modes.