The troopers of two starships have joined forces to terminate a massive bug attack at a federation outpost. Before the mission can be completed and the survivors evacuated, one ship abruptly departs and goes inexplicably dark. The remaining battle-hardened troopers race to the rescue, only to discover that the threat from the bugs is about to hit home.
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What Starship Troopers: Invasion does very well is return you to the same universe you fell in love with the first time. If you're a fan of the book and welcomed the first film then you're already up to date.This film reminds me of what Roughnecks did so well, in that it brings Starship Troopers alive in an animated form and does it remarkably well. The animation is crisp and whilst the plot is simplistic in comparison to the ongoing saga of the television series, it does reprise some familiar faces and add something extra to a world that fans wanted a solid return to.