SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 6)

SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 6)Here we are with the last Founders Edition update for Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville. Next week the full game will be released and we will take one last look to see what has changed.

This week though, the update is very thin. Basically, we just have a new weekly event called Space Nuts. It pits the Space Cadets vs the Acorns in a game of Suburbination. However, since our last video, we learned more about how we track our daily and weekly challenges for gaining levels for the Lawn of Doom event so we also take a look at that.

Lias and Conner take turns playing some multiplayer and this time we see some different results than we are used to. Check it out!

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville (Founders Week 5)

SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville (Founders Week 5)This week’s update to Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighorville, was a little it more of a surprise since the game’s “Road Map” didn’t call out anything specifically for this week. It did add a second single-player area for the zombies as well as a new weekly game mode variation. But it looks like the main update was a new season-long XP challenge where you can earn special cosmetic rewards for gaining levels in the time frame. It’s very much like a typical “season pass” that you would buy in other games, but here there is no cost. I think there are also supposed to be daily challenges, but I don’t think we found where those were, or maybe they will be coming soon. Check it out as we all three explore this new update.

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 4)

SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 4)We’re back to take a look at week 4 of the Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville Founders Edition. This week we get another new single-player area for the plants called Mount Steep. It’s another entire set of missions and gear to unlock.

There is also a timed event called “The Reinforcements”. From what we can tell it’s just Team Vanquish on various maps but you are only allowed to use the new plants. It’s an ok event, but it doesn’t seem like there is any reward for playing it, nor is there any specific “special” goal. It’s just a variation of a mode we’ve already played that will only be around for a week.

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 3)

SkylanderNutts Presets Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 3)Lias and I are back today to show you what is out in Week 3 of the Founders edition of Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville! Today the focus is on new multi-player modes. Three new modes have been released that must be played in a playlist. This means you will randomly get a mode to play and the modes will rotate each match. These modes are Gnome Bomb, Suburbination, and Vanquish Confirmed. These modes should be very familiar for anyone who played Garden Warfare 2.

The other mode is a PvE mode where you and 3 others protect the goal while waves of AI enemies come to try to destroy it. It’s either called Garden Ops or Graveyard Ops depending on the team you are on.

Watch as Lias and I play each of these new modes in our third look at Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville!

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 2)

SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville (Founders Week 2)Well, the boys really like the new Plants vs Zombies game, so they thought it would be a good idea to show each update the game has until launch. So today we show what came out in week 2 of the Founders Edition.

Week 2 brings us a new multiplayer mode called Team Vanquish. It’s an 8v8 team deathmatch mode where the first team to 50 vanquishes wins. In this mode reviving your teammates is critical as once they respawn you can get the point back. However, if you revive someone then the other team loses that vanquish.

We also take a look at the Weirding Woods, a newly unlocked quest area on the Zombies side of the map. Much like the town center for the Plants, the Weirding Woods provides a story and several quests that players can take on in single-player or in co-op. There are a lot of chests, secrets, collectibles and other things to find in these areas, and today we give you a taste of what that is like from the Zombies perspective.

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville (Founders Week 1)

SkylanderNutts Presents Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville (Founders Week 1)The Zombies are back in Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville! This game is basically Garden Warfare 3 but it’s now available to play in something that is between Early Access and a Beta. We bought the Founders edition on the Xbox One where the game is currently $10 cheaper than it will be at launch plus we get to play about 6 weeks early. In those six weeks, EA plans on introducing new modes and areas each week, in addition to giving founders special customization rewards. The game launches (officially) on October 18th.

Plants vs Zombies has been a household favorite for years in the SkylanderNutts house, so the boys were excited when I showed them this game. Watch and see what we think of the basic game in this early week 1 look.

Plants vs Zombies Battle For Neighborville is developed at PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. The game is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Origin.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Slay the Spire

SkylanderNutts Presents Slay the SpireSlay the Spire is a new card combat game which has finally come to Xbox and Xbox Game Pass. That means it’s a perfect game for me to show the boys. I’m a big fan of card games, card combat games, and roguelikes, and this game brings all of those together. This game has been very popular on Steam and the Nintendo Switch but will it find an audience on the Xbox? I like it, but I want to see if the boys like it or find it too complicating or boring.

Slay the Spire is developed by MegaCrit and published by Humble Bundle. It came out in early access in November of 2017 but finally was released in Jan 2019 on the PC. It later came to the PS4 in May, Switch in June, and finally Xbox in August. We are playing it on the Xbox through Xbox Game Pass.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Battle Chef Brigade

SkylanderNutts Presents Battle Chef BrigadeAnime, RPG elements, cooking, match 3, and platforming action battles are what makes Battle Chef Brigade a very interesting and addicting game. It came out in late 2017 but we are just now taking the time to check out this unusual game and it has put its hooks in me. I’m impressed by the story and the variety of ways they alter and make a match 3 game feel more strategic than ever before. I decided to show my cooking channel loving kids this game to see if they also enjoy the unique mixture of genres. Check it out and let us know what you think of Battle Chef Brigade!

Battle Chef Brigade is developed by Trinket Studios and published by Adult Swim Games. We are playing the game on the PS4, but it is also available on the PC and Switch. If you are a Microsoft Game Pass Ultimate subscriber you can even download the game for free at the moment for the PC.

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SkylanderNutts Presents The Turing Test

SkylanderNutts Presents The Turing TestI’ve been wanting to play The Turing Test for a while, but never got around to it. Now with it being free on Game Pass I finally jumped in. For those that maybe don’t know, it’s a story based first-person puzzle game that reminded me very much of the old game Portal. I liked it so much I wanted to show the boys to see if they could figure out the puzzles. So today Conner plays the first set of levels in the game with some help from his brother. Watch to see how he and Lias work out the puzzles!

The Turing Test is made by Bulkhead Interactive and is published by Square Enix. We are playing the game on the Xbox thanks to Game Pass but the game is also available on the PS4 and PC.

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SkylanderNutts Presents Next Up Hero

SkylanderNutts Presents Next Up HeroWith Lias out on assignment, I take the time to show Conner another cool couch co-op game that I think he’d like. Today we explore Next Up Hero. It’s an action game that has light RPG and Rouge-Like elements. Each “hero” has its own abilities and attacks which you can improve as you play different “ventures”. There is a light story but the draw here is the ability to create your own “ventures”. Conner very much likes to create his own levels and games so I try to show him games where you can do that. We don’t get to a high enough level to show that part off, but this early look will give him and others an idea if this is the kind of game you want to play and make levels for. Check it out!

Next Up Hero is made by Digital Continue and published by Aspyr. We’re playing the game on the Xbox thanks to Xbox Game Pass, but the game can also be found on the PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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