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Earth Defense Force 2025 due in June 2013


3:45 PM on 02.14.2013
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The latest issue of Famitsu has some juicy details on the upcoming Earth Defense Force 2025, including a release window. In Japan, at the very least, bugs and buildings alike will see their downfall this June. Hopefully, those of us in the west won't have to wait very much longer than that.

In the meantime, the article also features a massive collection of screenshots displaying some new enemy types. There's a new Hector with a one-way shield which should completely invalidate my general strategy of "keep the Hectors as far the hell away from me as possible." Oh, and BEES. All this game needs are some wasps and we can have all my insectoid (and arachnid) fears all in one place. 

『地球防衛軍4』の発売日が2013年6月に決定! 新たな3種の敵も紹介 [Famitsu]

 






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