ShopTo are still the cheapest retailer around for the PS3 version of Earth Defence Force: Insect Armageddon - using this old chestnut.
However, they've delisted the Xbox 360 version... which is where Play.com merrily flounces in and practically matches the original offer. Insect Armageddon is actually pretty good in a basic, satisfying sort of way - though it never really reaches the hammy heights of EDF 2017 in my humble opinion.
Prepare to don your new armour, grab dozens of massive weapons and bellow the old war cry to the heavens. The Ravagers have returned, and it's up to the Earth Defence Force to murder them all with extreme prejudice.
And save some money, too.
Goddamn bugs whacked us, Johnny! It's time to slaughter the ravening ravagers once and for all in Namco Bandai's ludicrously OTT shooter. Cities will crumble, suits shall be pimped out and alien bugs will die by the thousands. Insect Armageddon builds on the surprise hit EDF 2017 with alternate armour types and improved vehicle handling, and if you're in the market for the PS3 version, Gameplay are currently the cheapest around.
We're preparing to bellow the familiar chant and don the armour in nine days' time... so if you're psyched about massacring huge numbers of alien bugs and levelling cities in the process, Sendit are currently the cheapest pre-order price around even including their delivery surcharge.