A new Japanese trailer for Earth Defense Force 2025, Sandlot's third-person bug shooter, features battle heavy gameplay and alien-slaying combat.
The game is a follow-up to Earth Defense Force 2017 and charges players with saving the world from an alien insect invasion. You can watch the trailer above to see one of the game's soldiers take on a variety of foes.
Earth Defense Force 2025, also known as Earth Defense Force 4, will release in Japan for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in July. D3Publisher announced that it would bring the game to North America this year. You can read our hands-on preview from last year's Tokyo Game show here.
Namco Bandai released a new trailer today for Earth Defense Force 2025, which is coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 later this year.
The trailer shows the horror (and humor) of a robotic bug invasion in the year 2025 and the struggle of humans to battle the giant ants and spiders before they destroy civilization. The video also gives us our first look at the Wing Diver unit, a kind of jetpack that allows players to take the battle to the skies.
The game is known as Earth Defense 4 outside North America. A PS Vita entry in the series, Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable, was released in January.
A trailer released today for Earth Defense Force 2025 includes glimpses of Earth, defense and colonies of giant mechanical alien bugs.
Check out the trailer above to see five minutes of developer Sandlot's game — known outside of North America as Earth Defense Forces 4 — in action. It's slated for an Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 release in 2013 from D3 Publisher. For more on EDF 2025, be sure to check out our hands-on impressions from the 2012 Tokyo Game Show.
A PlayStation Vita entry in the Earth Defense Force franchise, Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable, is set for a Jan. 8 release in North America.