Yes, Titanfall is right around the corner, and when it hits it will likely take the video gaming world by metaphorical storm. But let’s not let giant mechs distract us from the upcoming Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. It’s a family-friendly team-based shooter (not something you hear every day), and I got a chance to spend a few hours with its unique spin on multiplayer. It’s got a lot of things going for it that separate it from the rest of the pack — here are five reasons why.
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I've been gaming since my dad made the bad decision of buying me a Nintendo when I was four years old. Every day I'd find myself with my face glued to a TV screen, punching away at buttons, getting furious with Bowser, Dr. Wily, and those freakin' birds in Ninja Gaiden. Since then I have failed to get my parents to play any board game with me, I sold my full copy of Earthbound with box and guide for $300 to some dude in Austria for rent money, and I still believe in Nintendo even after all these years.