Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair Crack/Patch

Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair We knew they were coming. We did all we could to prepare. But they still set the world on fire. Ravagers, we called them. The world's militaries fought them with everything they had, but in the end, only one force stood a chance: The EDF, a coalition of humanity's greatest soldiers and scientists. Finally, we shot down their mothership and brought peace to the world... ...for about eight years. It's 2025 now, and our worst fears have come true: That was only the first wave. But this is not the end. This time, we ARE ready. The EDF has developed over 500 different weapons and vehicles. Our Rangers are crack shots with all kinds of weapons. Our Wing Divers rain down death from above. Our Fencers are walking, steel-clad arsenals. And our Air Raiders can seize control of the battlefield. If it takes four score and seven battles, if we have to fight in the streets, on the beaches, or alongside our allies in cyberspace, we'll fight and we'll win. Now and forever, we are the Earth Defense Force.

Download Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 679
Genre Action, Shooter, Third-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
D3Publisher / Sandlot

Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair reviews ( 6 )

fabio77, Aug 12, 2016

The Pc version is how the game was supposed to be in first place. The framerate is finally decent and you can play smoothly one of the best shooter of all time. Don't consider this as a traditional FPS, this is a truly arcade experience, this is Space Invaders in 2016.

ThePilgrim, Jul 27, 2016

This is in response to SidAlpha's review in which he says, "I am not going to go along with the rank and file fan boys that are giving this game rave reviews. " The fact that he had to mention that he is going against the grain makes it sound like everyone who plays this game and enjoys it is a fanboy...WRONG! I had never played the series before this game, and I had no idea what to expect. I say the game IS worth the price, especially since it was discounted 30% on release anyways. That being said, the game's graphics are from a previous age, but the content is there. There is really no reason not to love the game if your not absolutely obsessed with presentation. There are 4 unique classes, hundreds of weapons, over 80 missions, and great game play. I am the consumer and I say yes!!! EDF!!! Read the review by PC gamer, sums it up quite nicely, they gave it 80/100

Rmar, Dec 4, 2016

It's like Serioussam, Gundam, and Starship Troopers had an orgy. It's crazy, ridiculous, and if your fingers don't hurt after playing this. Then you're doin it wrong.

JackKasket, May 15, 2017

EDF is a marvellous game, with tons and tons of content. You shoot millions of insects, robots, godzillas and dragons with a huge variety of guns. What is there not to like. The graphics are last gen, but when you see the true amount of enemies on your screen, you'll understand why. The only real gripe I have is that the FOV is not adjustable and too narrow, which kills you more often than it should.

Sjalka, Mar 18, 2018

This is my game to let off steam. It is not a beautiful game, but it is like playing an 80s japanese monster movie .. so bad its good kinda. But seriously .. it is surprisingly funny, it has a HUGE amount of single and multiplayer content and is just simply fun! Also, there are not enough games where you shoot giant insects .. they deserve it!

DesNukem, Jul 29, 2016

Don't listen to the critics. Watch some of the gameplay on YouTube and then decide. If that interests you at all then I guarantee you're going to love it. I've been waiting years for a version of this to come to the PC and I am not disappointed. The port is a faithful transition of an addictive game with diverse enemies, weapons that pack grunt, and completely destructible environments. Also, I actually like the graphics and think they're as good as they can be with such a huge amount of in-game action. I wish there were more games like this but it takes a company that thinks outside the square to make one. It's a shame that some people can't see the cleverness or appreciate the satire. One negative is that I have my PC connected to my TV and had problems changing the game's resolution and menu text size. Eventually I sorted these out with a patch by Natrox on the Steam forums. Hopefully an official patch is forthcoming.