Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon

11 critics

Score Distribution

9.00 to 10.0
8.00 to 8.99
6.00 to 7.99
4.00 to 5.99
0 to 3.99
Cameron TeagueJul 14, 2011
Overall Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon is a game that comes up short in almost every category. Yes, it is fun to kill insects and robots – everyone loves to do that. However, there is not enough variety in the enemies, missions, or classes to keep things from becoming stale rather quickly
Jamin SmithJul 06, 2011
This isn't a game that demands your undivided attention, though; it can be played sporadically, either on your own or with a few friends and some beers. It can become monotonous – mindless even, if you let it – but with the right frame of mind, there's a remarkable amount of fun to be had here.
Tom Mc SheaJul 08, 2011
There are certainly issues, such as the lack of variety, and playing alone is tiresome, but this game manages to overcome those problems and keep on ticking. Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon is another good entry in this ridiculous franchise, and there's lots of enjoyable cooperative content for the reasonable $40 price tag
Joe JubaJul 05, 2011
Insect Armageddon lacks the clueless earnestness of the last entry and carries over some dated concepts, but it fully captures the same breed of unapologetic run-and-gun action. Ultimately, that’s what kept me playing EDF 2017 for dozens of hours, and that’s why I’ve got dozens more in front of me with Insect Armageddon
Matt KesslerJul 12, 2011
Insect Armageddon feels trapped between the competing goals of trying to emulate its cult classic forebear and trying to be a modern video game. It splits the difference, and the result is a game that probably won’t please fans of modern shooters or fans of 2017.
Angelo M. D'ArgenioJul 05, 2011
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon is mindless and dumb any way you look at it, but I just can't stop playing. I feel like that one guy in the back of every Michael Bay movie that's laughing hysterically while everyone else is putting their face in their hands and groaning
Daniel AndreyevAug 04, 2011
Choisir Earth Defense Force face aux shooters modernes, c'est comme avoir le bon goût de préférer la destruction de décors fabriqués en pot de yaourt aux explosions galactiques en images de synthèses sur fond vert. Mais cette version california roll de la série Z japonaise perd un peu de ce charme tout en carton.
Maxime ChaoAug 06, 2011
La plaisanterie a assez duré. Ce n’est pas parce que Earth Defense Force : Insect Armageddon assume pleinement son côté kitschissime et série Z au possible qu’il faut crier au génie. Doté d’une réalisation préhistorique et d’un gameplay archaïque, le titre de D3 Publisher ne peut plus se cacher derrière ces fausses excuses de jeu culte, quand on voit le peu d’égard que les développeurs ont pu avoir envers le joueur en accouchant de ce nanar vidéoludique.
MiniblobJul 25, 2011
Earth Defense Force : Insect Armageddon n'est pas un mauvais jeu et il propose même un bon défouloir aux amateurs d'action frénétique et de scoring. Malheureusement, le ton de cet épisode est un poil trop sérieux et son contenu est un peu trop léger pour se montrer captivant à long terme
Vítor AlexandreAug 16, 2011
À falta de um argumento devidamente explorado e de personagens que exponham as suas motivações e toda uma caracterização, EDF: Insect Armageddon responde pondo-as no terreno como carne para canhão, como um antigo jogo arcade de acção. Rápido, bom e eficaz. Tudo o que importa
Eke BosmanJul 22, 2011
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon ligt in de winkels voor een prijs van veertig euro. Dat is goedkoper dan een normale game. Maar dat is ook geen wonder, aangezien het spel met een klein budget is gemaakt. Het spel is enigszins vermakelijk, maar kan heel snel vervelen.