SOE Announces PSN Line-up; Plants vs. Zombies Adorably Emerging onto PS3 in February

PopCap's addictive reach has once again emerged on PS3 soil. Today, Sony Computer Entertainment announced it will bring a port of the PC fan-fave Plants vs. Zombies to the PlayStation Network in February.

If you're tired of hearing that cute song, SOE also revealed a slew of original PSN experiences: In March, Fire Hose Games will launch its build and brawl title Slam Bolt Scrappers. Sometime in the "Spring," Playbrains and Fuel Industries will release Sideway--a game set in the art culture of New York.

Also on the horizon is the robo beat 'em up Acceleration of Suguri X Edition from developer Rockin' Android; Akimi Village from NinjaBee, which has players gather resources to save a village from "lingering doom"; Recoil Games is prepping the side-scrolling, space puzzle game dubbed Rochard.

Now that Plants vs. Zombies is on pretty much every platform there is, maybe we can finally get a sequel. Unless the company is currently developing a version that can run on my toaster. In which case, I'll wait.

From The Chatty
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    January 28, 2011 2:35 PM

    This worries me. I think everyone has been exposed to PvZ either on PC and 360.
    It's a little late for a Ps3 port, no?
    They should of had a sequel banged out moons ago.

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      January 28, 2011 2:49 PM

      All depends on who's doing the port. If they farmed it out, then it was probably held up on the contract. Meaning the internal team is already working on a project. Speaking of which, it's common for a team to finish a project and move on to a different immediately. After the commercial success a design team may get the time to return that IP. In the game industry, it's very rare you bank on something being a hit to start a sequel so soon. Unless your EA and you think Spore is all that. . .

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