Christmas is round the corner and it is time all gaming freaks lay their hands on exciting catches this season.
The sequel to Plants vs Zombies was much awaited and it was launched for iOs in August this year. It has now been made available to Google’s Android users as well. In New Zealand and Australia, it was soft-launched at the start of October. Popcap, its developer has finally made Plant vs Zombies sequel available in other parts of the world. Much like the iOs version, even PvZ2 on the Android OS takes this gaming series to an exciting free-to-play model. Micro transactions have been added but this has not affected the addictive strategy of the game. The Android version of Plant vs Zombies 2 can be run on Android devices with a 2.3 or a higher Android version.
Pokemon X & Y series was launched in October this year. Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata recently highlighted that the game will be released on a worldwide scale, instead of being launched first in Japan, followed by the rest. Indeed, for all Pokemon fans, the Pokemon X & Y series are an exciting buy this Christmas season.
The new titles have brought in significant changes for the Pokemon franchise on the handheld systems of Nintendo. The battle scenes and visuals have been revamped completely to benefit from the 3DS’s capabilities, launched by Nintendo.
Grand Theft Auto 5, (GTA 5) was also launched amid much aplomb and hype. Now, GTA 5 players can now build their own races events and deathmatch events for the multiplayer game. The GTA Online Creators toolset’s beta version is available free of cost on the PS3 as well as Xbox 360. This free creation kit is also available in the latest automatic update.