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Earth Defense Force 2025 rolls out on February 18

Stop talking. Just shut up. Give your vocal chords a rest. They'll need it, as come February 18 they'll be screeching "EDF! EDF!" when Earth Defense Force 2025 launches on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Creator Sandlot is back at the helm for this one, and we were pretty pleased with what we played of it, so 2025 may be a fine send-off for this console generation's swarming giant insects.

Transforming Adventure Time into a dungeon crawler: our WayForward interview

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! transforms the popular Cartoon Network series into a classic Diablo-inspired dungeon romp. We caught up with Tomm Hulett, director of developer WayForward, to talk about how characters were chosen for the game, and what it took to translate such a beloved property for real-time adventuring.

Earth Defense Force 2025 preview: co-op creature extermination

Oversized monsters are ready to once again destroy our feeble human cities. Earth Defense Force 2025 takes the best qualities of its predecessors, shines them up, and expands with new weapons, characters, and multiplayer dynamics--all whilst keeping its B-movie charm.

EDF 2025 trailer crawls out as invasion delayed to 2014

Bad news, troops. Earth Defense Force 2025 has been delayed from its planned 2013 launch to February 2014. But hey, D3Publisher had barely spoken about it in ages so you may had forgotten anyway, and E3 brings a new trailer for you to enjoy. With EDF creator Sandlot back at the helm, it's again looking the right sort of janky. Maybe.

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! announced

"Oh my Glob!" you gasped when Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward first talked about a video game of the fine cartoon series. What a shame that Hey Ice King! Why'd you steal our garbage?! only hit handhelds, then. Steel yourself, heroes, as D3Publisher today announced a new game, snappily named Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW!. It's coming to PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and 3DS with four-player co-op t'boot.