Reviews and Problems with Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon
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Fans of the Starship Trooper movie franchise should enjoy. One of the few "couch buddy" shooters left
Kendall A., Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: Campy third-person shooter. Not difficult or overly long(campaign). Fans of the Starship Trooper movie franchise should enjoy. One of the few "couch buddy" shooters left, you can play with a friend without going online. Overall a fun title if taken with a light heart.
Summary: I've played this some with my son. Too few games bother to allow couch co-op. Even a mediocre game can have some fun moments if you are sharing it with your kids! Blast bugs. Run around. Cooperate. Good times...
Summary: I watched a few short youtube video reviews of this game before deciding to go ahead and give it a shot. For the sake of clarity, know that I'm normally a fan of split-screen co-op games, as well as sandbox shooters. But I expect a certain level of precision in a sandbox shooter.
Summary: Disclaimer: I use the 10 point rating system differently than GI. I rate average games as 5 as apposed to 7 to allow for a greater differentiating between above average titles. That being said if one of my scores seems a little low, it’s not just me being overly negative.
Summary: Someone get the Oxford English Dictionary boys on the phone, because the definition of 'criticproof' has just been rewritten... by giant ants. Yup, turns out it's pretty hard to say mean things with any conviction about a game that lets you blow up colonies of lorry-sized creepy crawlies, UFOs and...
It's a lot like serious sam but with a little bit of customization ...
29 July 2011
Summary: It's a lot like serious sam but with a little bit of customization (of armour) to allow for different playstyles. basically shoot anything that moves. the graphics quality was a bit disappointing and the gameplay could have used more structure/scripted missions.
Summary: Im a massive fan of Global Defence Force on the PS2 and it was a very overlooked gem. Costing a mere £5 or so in supermarket bargain bins it revived the old school relentless shooter. It had some problems but it was just so much fun.