Plants vs. Zombies dated for XBLA

Blossoming this September, says PopCap.

PopCap's trumpeted the "early September" arrival of Plants vs. Zombies on Xbox Live Arcade.

The superb puzzle game will cost 1200 Microsoft Points (£10.20/€14.40). And there will be plenty of extras, such as co-op and versus multiplayer, 12 Achievements and 21 mini-games.

Plus, PVZ on XBLA has "the highest resolution of any adaptation" so far. In other words, full 1080p support.

PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies is a strategical tour de force and the best yet from a company with numerous mega-hits. The idea is to stop a horde of zombies with your own horde of plants. Sounds simple but obviously isn't.

Christian Donlan reviewed the PC build last year for Eurogamer.

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