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- Four Classes, Each with Upgrades - Play as the versatile Ranger, the flying Wing Diver, the vehicle-summoning Air Raider, or the armored Fencer, each with unique gear and abilities
- An Arsenal at Your Fingertips - Choose from hundreds of weapons and vehicles as you fire man-portable cannons, call in airstrikes, drive tanks, pilot jetpacks, or get behind the controls of your very own giant robot
- You Are Not Alone - Bring up to three friends into any of a whopping 98 online missions. Share vehicles, watch each other's backs, and use teamwork to beat the odds
- Earth Defense Force 4, Better than Ever - 4.1 runs at a steady 60 FPS and supports up to 1080p, while newly revised missions feature more NPC soldiers, who now respond to the player's commands
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The wild sci-fi action of the "EDF" series comes to the PlayStation4 for the first time in this complete reimagining of Earth Defense Force 2025, now with silky smooth framerates, beefed up graphics, and over 50% new content. After selecting from one of four unique playable classes and customizing their weapons, players will lead NPC troops into city-wide battles against hordes of seemingly endless giant bugs, robots, and other colossal enemies. Two players can enjoy local co-op and versus modes, while online co-op supports up to four players to increase the odds against a massive swarm of enemies.
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I absolutely recommend playing this with a friend. This is one of the few modern games that has split-screen and I absolutely love it for that because this game is WAY more fun with a friend (or more with online).
Just don't expect great story or voice acting, though. This is clearly parodying old, cheesy horror movies about giant insects and alien invasions. As such, the story and dubbing is really bad and cheesy, seemingly purposefully so.
Overall, a very fun game that I'd recommend if you love mindless fun.
This game rocks. It supports 4 MP and 2 Co-op. I played Solo.
There are many missions, and you can go back and do any mission you want to. It is also possible to select any difficulty setting for any mission.
Graphics are great and sound is also. The English voice actors were good I thought.
As you play through the missions, the war rages and you get updates on other parts of the battle.
Having the right weapon set is important. I played a Ranger all the way through, and always carried a rifle. Other weapons I liked were rockets and sniper guns. I tried the shotguns, grenade launchers, special weapons and missiles. There are tons of weapons to find in the game.
Defeated enemies drop armor for health upgrades, weapon boxes that have new weapons in them and health boxes (2 sizes). I discovered that health boxes can heal your team even if your soldier is fully healed.
When you fight a battle, there are usually other EDF personnel that will support you. Some of the battles were huge! Tanks and artillery guns support.
Most of the flying enemies are easy to hit. And the bugs are fun to fight. There are many missions until the end.
EDF 4.1 is a really good game.
As in the last gen release of the game, the controls are re-bindable via an in-game menu. The class are still the same (gun nut Ranger, vehicular bug slaying Air Raider, flight capable Wing Diver, and tank with legs Fencer); however,the Wing Diver can recover from knock back and falls by activating her flight jet. All classes still have a plethora and a half of guns, whether they are legitimate or quirky.
A slight side note, I played Insect Armageddon with a friend and he says that this game is too "Japanese" for him. The overall appearance of the game and the aesthetic of the menus are his only "complaints".
Overall, this is exactly what I expected from a next gen EDF game.
Some people are saying it is a brainless shooter which is kind of true, but it is so much more than that. When you are getting pulled in by a spider and desperately are trying to shoot it off of its web before you get pulled in and die, it doesn't feel brainless at all.
Thanks for reading!
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