Average User Score: 3.0May 9, 2014It is not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. They just do not know how to have some fun with this game. The pros of this game include aIt is not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. They just do not know how to have some fun with this game. The pros of this game include a eerie environment and soundtrack, difficult enemy's, long campaign, trails, tutorials, multiplayer and a lot of cut scenes. The cons include no pre-mission weapon selection, bad voice acting, sub-par graphics, wacky story, bad ending and nearly all achievements are multiplayer only...
The game itself is fun. Splinter Cell combined with Vampires is awesome. The enemy's are not as difficult as what people say either. For the most part you are not supposed to openly engage nightwalkers in the open, but instead sneak around them. Once you get the sniper, shotgun and uv knife you can easily kill entire groups of enemy's. Even if you do not have those weapons, you can still kill nightwalkers with the submachine gun or assault rifle just by being large distances away from the enemy's. Now, the story is fairly stupid, but fits the game well and I quite enjoyed the plot twits near the end. There are a lot of cut scenes in this game. Maybe a bit too much at times, nonetheless I enjoyed watching them. The environment is awesome. An empty city filled with vampires and rain is cool. There are even some missions with entirely different locations which help diversify the game. Later in the game a new enemy appears which blew my mind, as I did not expect them at all. The game has massive replay value, with you being scored on certain missions and being able to find medals and unlock trials and tutorials. There is a multiplayer mode, but I did not try it as there are no people playing it... The multiplayer seemed okay, but the part I hate about this game the most is that nearly all the achievements are multiplayer only! For completing the entire campaign I only got fifty Gamerscore. That is extremely stupid.
In conclusion it is a decent game which is fun to play for two days.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.2Feb 18, 2014EDF 2025 is everything you could want from a sequel. I, being a veteran of EDF 2017, see all the improvements and new features since EDF 2017.EDF 2025 is everything you could want from a sequel. I, being a veteran of EDF 2017, see all the improvements and new features since EDF 2017. They are as follows:
- Better Graphics: If you compare the graphics of EDF 2017 to 2025, you will see that everything is more detailed by a huge leap. Yet it still retains the cheesy style that EDF fans love.
- More Weapons: EDF 2025 features more than 700 weapons. That is the most weapons in any EDF game. Approximately 175 weapons per class. Each weapon is vastly different from the other. And all the weapons can level up, to level 75. Making them useful on any difficulty.
- More Missions: More than 80 missions. Each with five difficulty levels. Easy, Normal, Hard, Hardest and Inferno. You unlock better weapons on the harder difficulty's. Making multiple playthroughs necessary to acquire good enough weapons and enough armor points to beat Inferno.
- 4 Soldier Classes: In EDF 2025 there are 4 classes: Ranger, Wing Diver, Air Raider and Fencer. Each have a vastly different play style. Call in vehicles and air strikes as the Air Raider. Wield dual mini guns and artillery as the Fencer. Jet pack around the city firing lasers and plasma everywhere as the Wing Diver. And use a huge variety of weapons as the Ranger.
- More Enemies: EDF 2025 adds brand new versions of he enemies found in EDF 2017, as well as keeping old favorites. While still bringing fresh and new enemies to the game. Such as dragons, shield bearers, retiarius spiders, bees, new versions of hectors and more than 19 enemy types.
- More Vehicles: EDF 2017 had 4 vehicles. A tank, helicopter, bike and mech suit. EDF 2025 has 13 vehicles. Including a Bike, MRL, 2 Apc's, 3 Tanks, 3 mech suits and 3 helicopters. And the Air Raider can call these vehicles in to assist with the mission at anytime.
- More Players: EDF 2025 features 4 player online co-op, as well as keeping 2 player local or online split-screen.
- Longer Game: It took me more than 100 hours to completely beat EDF 2017. Meaning all difficulty's were passed and all weapons were acquired. EDF 2017 had 53 missions, five difficulty's and 171 weapons. EDF 2025 has more than 80 missions (excluding DLC), five difficulty's and more than 700 weapons (excluding DLC), and now the weapons can be leveled up to level 75. Just thought I should put that into perspective.
- More Things: EDF 2025 now has limb dismemberment. Meaning you could blast an ant or hector into a bunch little pieces. Rag-doll physics for both enemies and the player. Enemies can now grab, eat and throw you around. Huge open environment with fully destructible buildings and foliage. Emotes can now be acted out by your soldier. Dynamic radio chatter for NPC soldiers. Color customization for your soldier. The EDF style is ULTRA MAN meets Starship Troopers, if that sounds awesome, its because it is.
- DLC: EDF 2025 is the first Asian developed EDF to feature DLC. There are going to be 45 new missions being released from now, to March 11. Costing $21.00 in total.
This game is a most own for any EDF fan. And a great purchase for any interested in this style of game. A huge amount of content and carnage. 10/10… Expand