We've stuffed today's Polygon Live with action, action and action.
The beat sheet reads like my teenage dream game: Swordfights? Check! Mechs? Check! Robots the size of the Empire State Building? Check!
Sure, Strider and Titanfall are exciting games to have on the show, but I'm most jazzed to introduce Earth Defense Force 2025 to readers who've never heard of the series. I've been swayed into EDF fandom over the years, and the latest entry captures everything wonderful and terrible about the games.
Polygon's own Managing Editor Justin McElroy will join Russ Frushtick and me for the entirety of the episode. Have questions about the show or the games? Send them to Polygon's Twitter with the hashtag #polygonlive and we'll try to answer them during the show. We'll also be participating in the LiveStream chat.
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