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Submitted by tom110584 749d ago | trailer

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable launch trailer showcases epic action

El33tonline writes:

"One of the new releases featured in this week’s US PlayStation Store Update is Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable for PS Vita - an enhanced version of the Xbox 360 original that includes new features such as online co-op and versus modes along with a new playable character, additional weapons, enemies and difficulty levels." (Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable, PS Vita)

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swansong  +   749d ago
This game is perfect for the Vita.I bought it and it plays very nice on my Vita. Price could be a bit lower but to me it was worth the purchase.Multiplayer works great and graphics are very nice.I have yet to experience anyframe-rate problems.EDF+Vita= Lots of fun! Great Vita game to start the New Year off with.
crinale  +   749d ago
Online 4-player co-op is the biggest addition to this game for me.
I'm wondering why this wasn't implemented at the original Xbox360 version.

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