New Earth Defense Force 2 Trailer

Friday, September 4th, 2015

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Earth Defense Force 2

XSEED Games have recently uploaded a new trailer for Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space, a remake of the original Global Defense Force released on PS2 and PSP, which was never released in North America. You can watch the footage below.

Standing as a direct predecessor to the series’ first North American release (Earth Defense Force 2017, known as Earth Defense Force 3 in Japan), and widely regarded by fans as the best entry in the franchise, Earth Defense Force 2 is making its way to the western hemisphere for the very first time with this greatly expanded remake.

In Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders From Planet Space, players will take the role of one of three distinct military classes and fend off hordes of invading giant insects from a third-person perspective by way of conventional weaponry, armored vehicles, jetpacks, air strikes, trip mines, energy weapons, and more.

The game will arrive in North America for the PS Vita with a number of improvements and additions helmed by the original developers at Sandlot, including up to four-player online co-op, an entirely new Air Raider class, and a new English dub.

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