GameSpot: Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon Review

When the apocalypse comes, there will be worse things than radioactive clouds or gnashing zombies. In Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, the banner of doom is being carried by thousands of gigantic bugs that no can of repellent can hope to deal with. But if total annihilation is inevitable, you might as well enjoy your final hours. Over-the-top destruction is the focal point of this lighthearted shooter, and there's an undeniable thrill in blasting overgrown ants with your grenades, plowing through abominable spiders while in a tank, or just toppling buildings on a whim.

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jaredhart4107d ago

yeah, it's a decent game.

Neckbear4107d ago

Actually, it's a fun game. Not to mention 7 indicates "Good", not "Decent".

HaVoK3084107d ago

Having a ton of fun with this game. Too bad other publishers fail to realize that launching a game at $39 is a good thing. Props to the devs and all those included for realizing what they had. The price is almost impulse buy territory. It must be working because my local game store said they can't keep it in stock. As did the stores in my brother's and his friends area.

Eiffel4107d ago

Best $40 I've spent in a long time. Survival is a blast.

Shield4107d ago

Just like it's predecessor Insect Armageddon is a great game that is a whole lot of fun to play. I hope more gamers will buy and play this one so that it doesn't end up being a hidden gem like 2017.