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New batch of Earth Defense Forces 4 screens surface


4:30 PM on 11.09.2012
New batch of Earth Defense Forces 4 screens surface photo



Siliconera posted a whole mess of new screenshots for Earth Defense Forces 4, showing off the Air Raiders, a sort of support class providing health and targeting benefits to teammates while using air strikes, automated turrets and mines to fight. 

In addition, there are a few shots of a new Hector robot with guns on both arms. 

Those Air Raiders sound like they'd be a lot of fun to play with, but I so often wind up playing EDF games alone that I doubt I would get a whole lot of use out of it. Something tells me a lone Air Raider wouldn't hold up too long.

Call An Air Strike Or Summon A Tank In Earth Defense Force 4 [Siliconera]






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