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Game Informer Magazine (Aug 15, 2013)
Plants vs. Zombies 2 gives serious strategy players and casual mobile gamers a lot to love. The new plants, zombies, and powers make it feel like a full-featured sequel, and the whole package comes with an amazing price tag (i.e. free). Hardcore strategy fans might hunger for a deeper challenge, and I wish there was a way to unlock the some of the original PvZ plants without spending real money. Even so, when one of my biggest complaints about the game is that I got a cramp from holding my iPad for too long, it’s clear that Plants vs. Zombies 2 is just as addictive as the original.
Destructoid (Aug 15, 2013)
Launching Plants vs. Zombies 2 exclusively on iOS platforms first is a really odd choice for a game that was originally a big-hitter for the PC, but it may very well pay off -- especially given the fact that the game is actually good. So long as EA and PopCap don't eventually ruin the game through greedy in-app purchases, the base game at launch is a treat, and worth a download from every iOS owner out there. What you're getting is basically more of that classic Plants vs. Zombie experience, with just enough tweaks to keep it interesting -- and that's more than enough for me.
IGN (Jul 17, 2013)
Like the beloved original, Plants vs Zombies 2's gameplay never stands still – it’s always evolving, layering in fresh plants and new twists. No matter how you play, the gameplay is founded on the tension between your game plan and the fact that you’ll almost never have enough sun or space to fully execute said game plan. But that’s the point: when things invariably go wrong, the fun is in scrambling to adapt and emerging battered but victorious. Plants vs. Zombies 2 sometimes forgets that with its overblown Power Up system. Even so, it’s an excellent – if overly safe – sequel, and as beautifully presented as it is absorbing to play.
80 (Jul 26, 2013)
A great sequel to what is still probably the best Tower Defense game around, and a shining example of how to do free-to-play properly.
Chip Power Play (Nov, 2013)
Eines der spaßigsten, originellsten und witzigsten Spiele der letzten Jahre wurde kompetent, wenn auch nicht genial fortgesetzt. Teil 2 ist etwas hektischer und weniger gemütlich als das Original. Die Levels sind herausfordernder und abwechslungsreicher, die Spielidee wirkt nicht mehr ganz so frisch und entspannt. Der umstrittene Wechsel aufs Free-to-play-Modell ist halb so wild, denn der Kaufdruck hält sich in Grenzen. Irgendwie doof, dass die geliebte Gefriererbsen-Kanone jetzt ein Zukauf ist, aber unbedingt brauchen tu ich sie nicht. Die Levels sind auch mit dem ausreichend vielseitigen Grundangebot an Pflanzen gewinnbar. Plants vs. Zombies 2 ist ein vergnügliches und unterhaltsames Spiel, das ohne Free-to-play-Designanpassungen wahrscheinlich noch besser wäre.