Summary: Earth Defense Force--EDF--is an arcade shoot 'em up that delivers loads of fun but lacks any other appealing factors. Aliens attacking earth; giant insects; special forces running around the city on foot (I know, where's the cavalry?)--all good fun.
Summary: Subjectively I think this game will rank as good, but that does you as a buyer no good. The game is merely average to below average depending on your taste in games. For one this is a pure game, you shoot stuff and that's it. You shoot more stuff, collect powerups and that's absolutely it.
Summary: if your look'n for shooter w/lots of extras, this is not for you. If your look'n to just shoot everything that moves w/out straining your brain and are not to concerned w/graphics, this one does the job.
Summary: This is a Shoot-em-up Game. I got it because it came very recommended. You and or a friend shoot giant BUGS and ROBOTS. There are A LOT of weapons to find and 5 levels of difficulty to find the on.
Summary: EDF dose for SI-FI what resident evil did for horror. The game puts you in the position of a "super" soldier in a si fi invasion scenario. The game is a busy blast fest complete with some cheezy "straight from the movies" scripting from your npc helpers.
Excerpt: Having been a massive fan of obscure Japanese exports for years i was delighted to find this game in my local Gamestation. Given that there is alot of mixed reviews of this game on the internet i thought i would throw my 2 cent in as well.
Summary: what can i say? addictive and frustrating in equal measure. this game is a real treat for the PS2 owners out there, bringing a bit of arcade madness to a console otherwise owned by 18 rated shooters.
Summary: I have to admit I wasn't expecting great things from this game from the start , and I have been surprised. It took be right back to the 1980's when I spent money in arcade machines 'killing' very similar looking aliens. The plot is to be expected, as are the weapons ...