Earth Defense Force 5 has been delayed. D3 Publisher changed the Japanese release date from “summer 2017" to simply “2017.” The reason given is to improve the game’s quality. No word yet on an international release.
As pointed out on NeoGAF, the invading giant ants and spiders in Earth Defense Force 5 are called “immigrants.”
The guns. The jumping. The giant bugs. I’ve always enjoyed the Earth Defense Force games. They’re goofy, silly, and glorious, like Roger Corman movies you can play. The latest one does not appear to disappoint.
Will the Earth ever be free of the giant insect alien menace of the purposefully-schlock Earth Defense Force series? God, I hope not. D3Publisher just made Earth Defense Force 5 for the PlayStation 4 official. It has a giant frog soldier in it.
Earth Defense Force, the sci-fi action series known primarily for having big bugs and a terrible frame rate, is coming to the PC via Steam on July 18. The PC version is Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair and features an English dub for the first time. (And presumably a decent frame rate, too.)
They don’t always need to be thoughtful big-budget blockbusters. As Sandlot’s Earth Defense Force series has proven multiple times over the past decade, sometimes all we need is some mindless fun, and a heaping helping just landed on the PlayStation 4.
PS4 title Earth Defense Force 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair was supposed to be released next February in Japan. It has been delayed to April 2 "due to various circumstances," according to Famitsu.
Since the time gaming began, there have been budget titles alongside the blockbuster games we all know and love. Sure, many are utter crap, but every once in a while there is one that is so creative or quirky, you can’t help but like it.
Part of Earth Defense Force's charm is its low-budget feel. So, what's this? A PS4 version of Earth Defense Force? With a giant mecha smacking the crap out of a kaiju?
Earth Defense Force 2025 is a simple game about simple pleasures. Shooting giant insects (and arachnids) with rocket launchers. Giant Bomb takes a run through the game so you can see just how magical that formula can really be.
Today in Tokyo, D3 Publisher announced that a new Earth Defense Force game is in development for the PS4. Note that this is not the Xbox 360/PS3 title Earth Defense Force 2025, which is already out in Japan and will hit the West in February, but a completely new game.
As sure as the sun will come up tomorrow, there will always be a new Earth Defense Force game to look forward to. Blowing up everything on the screen, from giant ants to giant robots, never gets old.
The Earth Defense Force has its array of various enemies-giant ants, spiders, UFOs, robots, etc. In terms of player characters, while the arsenal has been quite plentiful, the only choices have been the standard infantry unit and the flying Pale Wing. Earth Defense Force 4 is mixing things up a little more with the…
Defend the Earth with these Earth Defense Force goods, available on the DP3 webshop.
One of the best games I played at this year's Tokyo Game Show was Earth Defense Force 4. I'm eagerly looking forward to the game's release—from what I played, it seemed really cool! Here's the latest trailer.
I've always liked Earth Defense Force—or rather, the idea of Earth Defense Force. I love running around Japanese cities, shooting giant insects. But, who doesn't?
In Earth Defense Force, you save the globe by blowing up huge bugs and big robots, which lay waste to Japanese urban environments.
The bugs are back. D3 Publisher has released new details and images for Earth Defense Force 4, the sequel to Earth Defense Force 3 (Better known in the west as Earth Defense Force 2017). Unlike Earth Defense Force Insect Armageddon which is being treated as a spin-off, EDF4 will be the official sequel to EDF3.