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A study out of East Carolina University's Psychophysiology Lab and Biofeedback Clinic has suggested that playing casual games can rival traditional therapy and medication in the treatment of anxiety and depression. Huzzah! Take that all you snobby, hardcore, casual gaming haters. Wait...what? The study was underwritten by PopCap Games? We retract our previous statement...
Plants vs Zombies, also known as the only game that enables you to spit peas at butter-headed zombies, is adding yet another system to its multi-platform quiver. A DS version of the intoxicatingly cute and gory tower defense-style game is heading to stores at the turn of 2011...
So you've got a console, probably a smart phone and maybe even a gaming-quality PC. Sure are a lot of options for gaming nowadays, huh? But one major player has been mysteriously absent from the game scene, which brings us to Google's recent reveal of the Chrome Web Store, yet another place where you can buy and download various new games and apps. The service just went live this week so there's not a massive deluge of content just yet, but c'mon, it's Google. There'll be a shitload of stuff in no time, including all kinds of cheap (or free) games that will hopefully have more meat than a typical iPhone or Android app.
A suggestive subject line in an email from PoPCap Games to PC Gamer says “PsssssPvZssssst... save the date!” That, along with this not-so-subtle image seems to hint that an exciting Plants vs. Zombies announcement from PoPCap is coming soon...
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