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TGS 09: More crazy footage of 0 Day Attack on Earth


6:00 AM on 09.25.2009



Every since Colette compared Square Enix's 0 Day Attack on Earth to Earth Defense Force 2017, I have been freakishly interested in the shmup. Quite frankly, I suck at the genre, but even that discouraging fact isn't enough to dissuade me.

Perhaps the game's new TGS-flavored trailer is expertly cut to make 0 Day Attack on Earth seem playable for unskilled individuals such as myself in order to trick us into surrendering our wallets. Perhaps not. Whatever the case may be, the footage shown looks epic for all the right reasons.

See guys, you don't have to make your shooter solely for the hardcore crowd. If the game is good, or at least appears to be good from the outside, we'll come play. It's as simple as that.






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