Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare review

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare transplants the popular characters and weapons from the casual franchise into a first-person shooter.


Hectic multiplayer action: Surprisingly, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare holds its own as an entertaining shooter. Up to 24 players can engage in battle. Matches are competitive yet comical, thanks to the colorful, cartoony nature of the game.

Class diversity: In Team Fortress style, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare offers basic disciplines to fit the most common styles of team-based shooters. The flower team has the standard peashooter class and healing class, while the zombies have units like engineers with … Read more

E3 2014 recap: New PC games

Start saving your pennies and spring-training your thumbs. At this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), developers announced dozens of games for every platform and showed some enticing trailers to boot. Many games won't be out until fall, or even next year, but a handful come out this month, and you can sign up for some betas.

Read on to find out which games are coming to PC in 2014 and 2015. For console news, GameSpot has the release lists for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Wii U.

PC games with release dates Alien Isolation, … Read more

Zombie GO Launcher Theme review

With its humorously gruesome wallpaper and somewhat disturbing icons, Zombie GO Launcher Theme brings guaranteed satisfaction to lovers of the macabre. Apart from its positively ghastly looks, this well-made theme also offers good performance, being able to handle even the more resource-intensive features of the GO Launcher EX quickly and with grace.

After a fast and straightforward installation, Zombie GO Launcher Theme scares you a bit with its background, a zombie kid with pitiful teeth, part of his right brain lobe visible, and a pair of scissors stuck in his head. The icons go well with the wallpaper, featuring a … Read more

Plants vs. Zombies review

Plants vs. Zombies is a game by PopCap in which you have to plant various species of flowers in your garden to keep the zombies at bay. Whether you're nailing them with Pea Shooters, blowing them up with Cherry Bombs, or running them over with your lawn mower, those zombies don't stand a chance.


Good introduction: When you first open the app, you can jump right into playing, as the app walks you through the first few levels. This way, you'll get the basics down quickly and can continue to apply them as the levels increase … Read more

Plants vs Zombies 2 Game Guide review

As a 33-page guide to the popular tower defense mobile and PC game, Plants vs Zombies 2 Game Guide does help you become a better player, but it reads awkwardly at times. Don't expect to find any cheats or special tactics in it.


Concise: Plants vs Zombies 2 Game Guide tells you the essentials about the game, covering the gameplay and all the plants and zombies you must deal with. It's a quick read from start to finish.

Includes graphics: Every plant and zombie covered in this guide has its own icon, so that you can easily … Read more

Star Apps: Josh McDermitt of 'The Walking Dead'

The record-breaking "Walking Dead" Season 4 finale did not disappoint -- unless you happened to be one of the hapless human survivors trapped in the train car of death. A few days later, I chatted with actor Josh McDermitt, who plays mulleted scientist Dr. Eugene Porter, about the hit AMC series, the finale, transitioning from sitcoms to "The Walking Dead," why zombies continue to dominate in pop culture, which app would help him survive a zombie apocalypse, and his favorite mobile software.

What are your thoughts on "The Walking Dead" season finale? I thought … Read more

'Walking Dead,' legless teen pull off zombie prank

One of the most memorable zombies to ever scare the bejeezus out of audiences on "The Walking Dead" showed up in the very first episode of the series. The decomposing, legless female zombie pulled herself over the ground and forever crawled into the popular zombie imagination.

High school student Nick Santonastasso has just entered the pantheon of great zombies with an assist from cast and crew members of the "The Walking Dead."

Santonastasso was born with one arm and no legs as a result of the rare genetic disorder Hanhart syndrome. He is also a massive fan of "The Walking Dead." He had already parlayed his appearance into a series of extremely effective zombie pranks where he freaked out unsuspecting people in the aisles of a store.… Read more

Review: Zombie Yourself is a cute novelty, but is difficult to use

Zombie Yourself has some worthwhile creepy fun, but it will reject almost all of the pictures you try to use with it. If your picture isn't absolutely perfect, the app won't even try to turn it into a zombie. That, combined with the abundant ads, makes this sticker app tough to like.

This app lets you take a picture or use a picture already on your camera and cover it in wounds that make you look like a zombie. Unlike other zombie-making apps, you can't choose the marks; the app picks them for you and only lets … Read more

Review: Zombie Face Maker offers a number of creepy faces for your photos

Zombie Face Maker does exactly as it sounds, allowing you to snap photos of yourself or others and convert them to zombies. The tools included are effective and the zombie faces are of decently high quality, so you can create some pretty mean and scary looking faces that can then be shared via e-mail, Twitter, or Facebook with your friends and followers.

After installation, you can open the app and choose a photo or take a new one using your camera. After selecting a photo you'll be asked to pinpoint the eyes and mouth on the photo before moving … Read more

Review: Zombies: Run or Kill gives you a fun, addictive run and gunner

Zombies: Run or Kill is a fun, challenging run-and-gun game that will keep you coming back for more. It has plenty of cool weapons and a stylish look that is really fun to explore. Though some extra missions or modes would be welcome, this game sucks you in with addictive gameplay and the ability to compete with your friends.

This game turns you into a Steven Segal lookalike who has to defend himself from a never-ending hoard of zombies. Though you start with only a sword, the game sends various weapons like chainsaws, pistols, and laser beams your way as … Read more