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D3 Publisher Inc., a leading Japanese games publisher, is excited to announce the global launch date for Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain, the latest chapter in the beloved Earth Defense Force series. Developed by YUKE’S and scheduled to launch exclusively for the PlayStation®4 system on April 11, 2019, Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain enters new territory, introducing character customization, a new cast of characters focusing on one of the strongest military units in EDF, equipped with even more advanced gear, tech and weaponry – and a brand-new threat facing the Earth Defense Force and citizens of Earth. Since it first launched in 2003 for the PlayStation 2 console, the Earth Defense Force series has earned a strong reputation for its relentless wave shooter gameplay and co-op fun, featuring swarms of enemies, a wide array of unique classes and weapons - and charming B-movie dialogue and settings with cities under siege by giant insects, kaiju monsters, and alien invaders. This focus on pitting players against an overwhelming force of enemies continues in Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain while introducing exciting new gear and technology for stalwart EDF soldiers and a brand-new separatist faction, the Kindred Rebellion. Players will need all the help they can get as the Aggressor’s alien invasion of giant insects, monsters, and mechs continues to rain down terror around the world.
19 Apr 2019
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D3 Publisher Inc., a leading Japanese games publisher, is excited to announce the global launch date for Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain, the latest chapter in the beloved Earth Defense Force series. Developed by YUKE’S and scheduled to launch exclusively for the PlayStation®4 system on April 11, 2019, Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain enters new territory, introducing character customization, a new cast of characters focusing on one of the strongest military units in EDF, equipped with even more advanced gear, tech and weaponry – and a brand-new threat facing the Earth Defense Force and citizens of Earth. Since it first launched in 2003 for the PlayStation 2 console, the Earth Defense Force series has earned a strong reputation for its relentless wave shooter gameplay and co-op fun, featuring swarms of enemies, a wide array of unique classes and weapons - and charming B-movie dialogue and settings with cities under siege by giant insects, kaiju monsters, and alien invaders. This focus on pitting players against an overwhelming force of enemies continues in Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain while introducing exciting new gear and technology for stalwart EDF soldiers and a brand-new separatist faction, the Kindred Rebellion. Players will need all the help they can get as the Aggressor’s alien invasion of giant insects, monsters, and mechs continues to rain down terror around the world.
19 Apr 2019
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Marvel Future Fight is a superhero-themed video game created by Netmarble Games, and is directly affiliated with Marvel Entertainment under Disney. There are 188 playable characters. They are organized into 3 tiers, and they can each be leveled up to a maximum of 6 levels. They each hold battle types that have advantages over one another. A completely mastered character can move to the second tier, although exceptions for some characters exist. Certain characters can have their potential realized and leveled up to 70, subsequently the third tier. The player begins with a party of 3 characters, of which the player controls one. They can be interchanged at any time. Marvel Future Fight currently features 175 playable characters as of November 28, 2018. Playable characters can be both tier-one or tier-two, and can be ranked and mastered from 1★ to 6★, through biometrics and Norn Stones respectively. A fully geared, leveled, and mastered 6★ character unlocks the ability to advance it to Tier-2, except in the case of Black Order characters, Doctor Strange, Odin, and Dormammu obtained with Tier-2 status. Most character biometrics are obtainable through Story and Special Missions, others can only be obtained via Event Quests, World Boss Raids, BattleWorld, Token Shops, Chests, Dimension Shifters, Dimension Rifts, and Monthly Bonus Deals. In the case of Erik Killmonger, Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Valkyrie, Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom, Kid Kaiju, Ironheart, Enchantress, Carnage, Hyperion Luna Snow and Ghost Panther, these characters are available through Monthly Bonus Deals and the Premium Hero Chest. Likewise X-23, Colossus, Magik and Weapon Hex and are acquirable via the Mutant Monthly Bonus Deals. Native Tier-2 Doctor Strange, Wolverine, the Age of Apocalypse characters and all Black Order World Boss characters are not obtainable via Monthly Bonus Deals and are obtained in the respective modes only.
7 Jun 2019
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Marvel Future Fight is a superhero-themed video game created by Netmarble Games, and is directly affiliated with Marvel Entertainment under Disney. There are 188 playable characters. They are organized into 3 tiers, and they can each be leveled up to a maximum of 6 levels. They each hold battle types that have advantages over one another. A completely mastered character can move to the second tier, although exceptions for some characters exist. Certain characters can have their potential realized and leveled up to 70, subsequently the third tier. The player begins with a party of 3 characters, of which the player controls one. They can be interchanged at any time. Marvel Future Fight currently features 175 playable characters as of November 28, 2018. Playable characters can be both tier-one or tier-two, and can be ranked and mastered from 1★ to 6★, through biometrics and Norn Stones respectively. A fully geared, leveled, and mastered 6★ character unlocks the ability to advance it to Tier-2, except in the case of Black Order characters, Doctor Strange, Odin, and Dormammu obtained with Tier-2 status. Most character biometrics are obtainable through Story and Special Missions, others can only be obtained via Event Quests, World Boss Raids, BattleWorld, Token Shops, Chests, Dimension Shifters, Dimension Rifts, and Monthly Bonus Deals. In the case of Erik Killmonger, Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Valkyrie, Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom, Kid Kaiju, Ironheart, Enchantress, Carnage, Hyperion Luna Snow and Ghost Panther, these characters are available through Monthly Bonus Deals and the Premium Hero Chest. Likewise X-23, Colossus, Magik and Weapon Hex and are acquirable via the Mutant Monthly Bonus Deals. Native Tier-2 Doctor Strange, Wolverine, the Age of Apocalypse characters and all Black Order World Boss characters are not obtainable via Monthly Bonus Deals and are obtained in the respective modes only.
7 Jun 2019
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Marvel Future Fight is a superhero-themed video game created by Netmarble Games, and is directly affiliated with Marvel Entertainment under Disney. There are 188 playable characters. They are organized into 3 tiers, and they can each be leveled up to a maximum of 6 levels. They each hold battle types that have advantages over one another. A completely mastered character can move to the second tier, although exceptions for some characters exist. Certain characters can have their potential realized and leveled up to 70, subsequently the third tier. The player begins with a party of 3 characters, of which the player controls one. They can be interchanged at any time. Marvel Future Fight currently features 175 playable characters as of November 28, 2018. Playable characters can be both tier-one or tier-two and can be ranked and mastered from 1★ to 6★, through biometrics and Norn Stones respectively. A fully geared, leveled, and mastered 6★ character unlocks the ability to advance it to Tier-2, except in the case of Black Order characters, Doctor Strange, Odin, and Dormammu obtained with Tier-2 status. Most character biometrics are obtainable through Story and Special Missions, others can only be obtained via Event Quests, World Boss Raids, BattleWorld, Token Shops, Chests, Dimension Shifters, Dimension Rifts, and Monthly Bonus Deals. In the case of Erik Killmonger, Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Valkyrie, Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom, Kid Kaiju, Ironheart, Enchantress, Carnage, Hyperion Luna Snow and Ghost Panther, these characters are available through Monthly Bonus Deals and the Premium Hero Chest. Likewise X-23, Colossus, Magik and Weapon Hex and are acquirable via the Mutant Monthly Bonus Deals. Native Tier-2 Doctor Strange, Wolverine, the Age of Apocalypse characters and all Black Order World Boss characters are not obtainable via Monthly Bonus Deals and are obtained in the respective modes only.
7 Jun 2019
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Marvel Future Fight is a superhero-themed video game created by Netmarble Games, and is directly affiliated with Marvel Entertainment under Disney. There are 188 playable characters. They are organized into 3 tiers, and they can each be leveled up to a maximum of 6 levels. They each hold battle types that have advantages over one another. A completely mastered character can move to the second tier, although exceptions for some characters exist. Certain characters can have their potential realized and leveled up to 70, subsequently the third tier. The player begins with a party of 3 characters, of which the player controls one. They can be interchanged at any time. Marvel Future Fight currently features 175 playable characters as of November 28, 2018. Playable characters can be both tier-one or tier-two and can be ranked and mastered from 1★ to 6★, through biometrics and Norn Stones respectively. A fully geared, leveled, and mastered 6★ character unlocks the ability to advance it to Tier-2, except in the case of Black Order characters, Doctor Strange, Odin, and Dormammu obtained with Tier-2 status. Most character biometrics are obtainable through Story and Special Missions, others can only be obtained via Event Quests, World Boss Raids, BattleWorld, Token Shops, Chests, Dimension Shifters, Dimension Rifts, and Monthly Bonus Deals. In the case of Erik Killmonger, Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Valkyrie, Spider-Man 2099, Agent Venom, Kid Kaiju, Ironheart, Enchantress, Carnage, Hyperion Luna Snow and Ghost Panther, these characters are available through Monthly Bonus Deals and the Premium Hero Chest. Likewise X-23, Colossus, Magik and Weapon Hex and are acquirable via the Mutant Monthly Bonus Deals. Native Tier-2 Doctor Strange, Wolverine, the Age of Apocalypse characters and all Black Order World Boss characters are not obtainable via Monthly Bonus Deals and are obtained in the respective modes only.
7 Jun 2019
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