XSEED Games hopes everyone is ready for an EDF double-whammy next month. Both new Earth Defense Force games—Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair on PlayStation 4 and Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space on PS Vita—are set to launch in North America on December 8. More after the jump.
Peter plays previews and provides impressions of XSEED's Fall Preview Event, providing ports of popular titles for players across the Pacific including Earth Defense Force, Senran Kagura and more! Check out their line-up of titles set to be released at year's end, after the jump!
XSEED Games is bringing PS Vita remake Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space to North America this fall, so the publisher shared a new 'Features' trailer via YouTube. See the biggie-size madness coming in the first English appearance of one of the series' best entries after the jump.
The XSEED Games localizations of Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair (PlayStation 4) and Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space (PS Vita) will be making their way to Europe this year thanks to publisher Pqube. Hit the jump for more.
If the previous trailer for Earth Defense Force 4.1: Shadow of New Despair left you wanting, D3 Publisher has you covered with a new 9-minute preview. See some of the new missions, vehicles, improved visuals, and more—all available to view in glorious 60fps—in the exhaustive "Super Scout News" trailer after the jump.
Ah, Earth Defense Force. Anyone who enjoys blowing the hell out of bugs and aliens and giant robots knows how fun these games can be, and D3 Publisher is about to breathe some new life into Earth Defense Force 2025. Hit the jump for the latest video.
Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair—an upgraded version of Earth Defense Force 2025 with enhanced graphics and story additions—is coming to PlayStation 4 on April 2, and D3 is here with a new preview. This one follows a Ranger into an enemy hive to predictably devastating results. More after the jump.
It's almost time for the release of Earth Defense Force 2 Portable V2, which is scheduled to debut in Japan on December 11. Get ready for the imminent bug-blasting with D3 Publisher's six-minute trailer after the jump.
Originally slated for release in February 2015, Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair hit a slight delay in Japan. The series will now be making its way to PlayStation 4 on April 2, 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Originally slated for a November 27 release in Japan, Earth Defense Force 2 Portable V2 is going to miss its bug-blasting mark slightly. According to online retailer Rakuten, the delay has the portable action game landing on December 11. Hit the jump for more.
Japan is getting a handful of pre-order bonuses for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, including one that decks out players in an Earth Defense Force themed costume. A download code for the Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Pale Wing Pink Set and Pale Visor hat will be given to anyone who pre-orders the action game via Amazon Japan. Hit the jump for more.
Japan is getting an enhanced port of PlayStation 2 bug-blaster Earth Defense Force 2 in the form of Earth Defense Force Portable V2 for PS Vita. In addition to upgraded graphics and new online multiplayer, the Vita version will add the Air Raid unit to the mix when it hits Japan in November. More after the jump.
The ravaging hordes of giant alien bugs have come to lay waste to human society! Only the brave men and women of the Earth Defense Force can save us! The real question, though--does this cheeseball setup still work for a good video game? Hit the jump to check out our full review!
Earth Defense Force 2025 promises to deliver the biggest experience the over-the-top action series has seen to date, and the latest trailer certainly seems to back up that bold claim. Get another look at some of the colossal enemies and the units you'll have at your disposal to help wipe them off the face of the planet after the jump.
Earth Defense Force 2025 provides plenty of ways for players to mop the floor with its alien and insect invaders, but perhaps none are more imposingly ground-shaking than the Fencer. Watch as the "dual-wielding samurai of the 21st century" deals some major damage after the jump.