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Yo. Plants vs. Zombies. Good game for a 5 year old?
On a serious note, yeah I think the game is great for kids as well as grown ups. Probably a bit difficult at first if they haven't ever played a shooter with a controller.
If you're looking for kids friendly games on PS4 there are these as well:
Ratchet & Clank
PvZ Garden Warfare 2
Garden Ops is fun but if you want more offline modes you'd probably be more interested in PvZ: Garden Warfare 2.
Hope you don't decide to leave. You seem like someone who really care about this site. Its hard to question a game sometimes and not look like a total hater. It kind spirals out of control.
Maybe it's just me but lately I feel like there have been more unconstructive comments about certain games and about people that like these games.
But on the other hand it doesn't solve anything to make unconstructive responds on well argued comments like yours in the Horizon thread.
From now on I'll just let the mods decide what's unconstructive as I've probably been trying to act as a police man a bit too much lately XD
Thanks for writing :)
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Ka-pi96 said: darkenergy said: This chart IS only about the UK. I realised that, I was just acting coy as I already mentioned it a couple weeks ago. Don`t know why it isn`t mentioned anywhere that it`s the UK chart and last time I was told that apparently the other PAL countries will be added to the thread somewhen, but looking back at that thread... it`s still just the...
It looks cool. Pokémon alone will make this sell (especially at $199). And it seems promising that Bethesda, Take Two (2K and Rockstar), Ubisoft, EA, Activision, Sega, Capcom, Square Enix, Bandai Namco, Konami, etc. are all on board. Yet no reason not to be optimistic imo....
Mr. "50% obvious - 50% oblivious" strikes again....