Summary: I only just got this game as it was much lauded but I've fallen for that before on a few occasions but this is great,you run or fly round city streets etc. and blow up huge bugs,nuff said,it comes across as a budget version of a less complex Gun Valkyrie only with the ability to upgrade due to being able to replay levels,my only gripes are,the slowdown is quite noticeable until you've cleared a few of the bugs,but since all the environments are destructible this is a...
Summary: I think everything's been said about this already, but just to confirm, this is one of the best PS2 games out there. Far better than EDF 2017 which didn't impress me, this one gets it right. F.U.N. What's not to love about flying a jetpack over London raining hot plasma lead upon armies of giant ants and spiders accompanied by perfect B-movie music? Cue big grin. 140 weapons (though I doubt I'll ever unlock them all).
Summary: If you liked EDF 2017 on the Xbox 360 and you own a PS2, then this game is for you. It's better in pretty much every single way (apart from the helicopter gunship lacking missiles). This was developed after EDF and it shows (EDF is really the second in the series; the first was for PSone). Two characters, each with their own weapons. Day and night levels. Better music and atmosphere. Better special effects (shattering glass and exploding containers).
Summary: Bought this from the reviews already presented on this game and it's been so much fun. Up to level 40+ and seems that just when you've squashed as many ants, spiders and saucers as you thought possible....there's another batch hatching just up the street. Some missions you fail badly at but then just have another stab with a bigger rocket or missile launcher...but watch out on the ones that track or they'll end up back in your lap...ouch !.
Summary: This has been hyped heavily on Digitiser, Channel 4's teletext computing magazine, and to be honest I can see why. It's criminal that this has taken two years to get a UK release. Criminal too, to think that a budget games company can produce something like this on a shoestring compared to some of the dross turned out by larger developers (THQ, EA, UBISOFT to name but three who could do with a good kicking :o) ) Basically this is Robotron in 3D: Spiders, ants, flying...
Summary: Budget games are usually rubbish, but not this one - it's set in a huge city where the aim is simple: kill everything! You can only take two weapons into battle which gives it a tactical feel while new weapons are unlocked after every mission which gives a good reason to keep on playing.
Summary: Ok, imagine you have a video game based on Them, the classic B-movie where giant ants attack America. Now, imagine you have a game based on War of the Worlds. Imagine you have a game based on Independence Day. Imagine you have a game based on Eight-Legged Freaks, or any other film with giant spiders in it. Imagine you have a game based on Godzilla.
Summary: Pure Insect Blasting Fun! I've been waiting forever for this game to get a UK release, ever since that Japanese review Edge printed a few years ago I knew I had to have this. I've been chasing this game ever since then, pre ordering it off multiple websites only for it to be cancelled everytime a release date drew near.
Summary: Das Spiel ist leicht erklärt Außerirdische greifen die Erde an und nur die Earth Defence Force kann sie stoppen . Zum Spielablauf selber kann man nur eins sagen Ballern Ballern Ballern und ordentlich Gebäude um Blassen macht sehr viel Spaß wenn man' s mag also ich für mein teil finde es Geil auch wenn die Grafik der PS 2 nicht die beste ist und manchmal auch gewaltig ruckelt macht es trotzdem Spaß .