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'Earth Defense Forces 4' does giant alien insect slaying better than ever | The Verge

The Verge: "The B-movie grade charm of the Earth Defense Force games has always outweighed the series' technical shortcomings. Shooting swarms of gargantuan space ants and giant robots again and again and again tends to be simple, campy fun.

That definitely hasn't changed with the next iteration, Earth Defense Forces 4, based on the Tokyo Game Show demo." (Earth Defense Force 4, PS3, Xbox 360)

JellyJelly  +   819d ago
Must have this! :)
banjadude  +   818d ago
The game is pretty good, but (in regards to Insect Armageddon) it was way too much of a grind! I hope they make it a bit easier to upgrade armor, or at least make guns a bit cheaper.
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