The lights are on
The Earth Defense Force is about two things: saving humanity and destroying aliens. Sometimes, a few buildings need to fall in pursuit of these goals, as demonstrated in the latest trailer.
The video below shows members of the EDF blasting giant robots, bugs, and even a few skyscrapers in their quest to free Earth from the grip of the invading Ravagers.
To see one of EDF's most powerful weapons, watch the Insecticide Gun in action. You should also check out the latest batch of screens here.
You can pick up EDF: Insect Armageddon on July 5.
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After playing the first EDF I just can't resist getting this game. The $40 price tag and local/online co-op doesn't hurt either.
Looks fun. More games need just mindless killing of hundreds of enemies lol. Not to mention it will only be 40 bucks.
Pumped. The first one was a hoot and this one looks even better.
Reiner is right. There is a market for B-games.
AWESOME. Soooo awesome. I love that they still have entire buildings crumble when you shoot them w/ a rocket. Also, did I mention how awesome the game looks?
After reading this I just drove to gamestop and preordered it. No joke. At $40 bucks with full co-op this is a must buy for me! Looking forward to stomping a squishing some bugs this Tuesday!
They destroy buildings for the greater good!!!! EDFIA July 5th!!!!
One of my favorite game series EVER is returning,I'm *** excited to no end.
EDF!! EDF!! EDF!! EDF!!