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Army Corps of Hell - PlayStation Vita

by Square Enix
PlayStation Vita
Mature
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews) 57 / 100

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  • Lead an army of 100 goblin soldiers with unique classes and abilities who engage in an endless variety of actions and reactions onscreen
  • Combine materials dropped by fallen foes to create new equipment for your troops and you; Customize equipment and items to change their look and upgrade the abilities of the King and his goblin soldiers
  • Play with up to four players via ad-hoc multiplayer and face tougher bosses
  • Use the rear touchpad to command your Goblins to play instruments, each activating special properties. Revive your hero, rejuvenate your soldiers, and inspire your army to increase their strength
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  • ASIN: B002I0GY9G
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.1 x 0.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 22, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,899 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Army Corps of Hell brings a new level of vicious combat, dark humor, and lightning-quick strategy to the PlayStation Vita. Defeated in battle, the King of Hell is stripped of his powers and banished from his throne. Burned into a meager corpse, the dethroned king uses the last of his strength to take command of a corps of weak-minded goblins. He commands this ragtag army of bloodthirsty goblins as he fights through Hell to reclaim his throne, destroying his enemies and looting their corpses for equipment along the way.

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Army Corps of Hell™ brings a new level of vicious combat, dark humor, and lightning-quick action to the PlayStation®Vita. Army Corps of Hell is the consumer-platform debut title from Entersphere. As a PlayStation®Vita launch title, players can take advantage of the system's unique control features to experience the hell of war like never before!

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Defeated in battle, the King of Hell is stripped of his powers and banished from his throne. Burned into a meager corpse, the dethroned king uses the last of his strength to take command of a corps of weak-minded goblins. He commands this ragtag army of bloodthirsty goblins as he fights through Hell to reclaim his throne, destroying his enemies and looting their corpses for equipment along the way.

Key Features
  • Command massive goblin armies – To annihilate your enemies, control an army of 100 goblin soldiers with unique classes and abilities who engage in an endless variety of actions and reactions onscreen. Restore the King of Hell's power and empower his army to take on all comers, and retake your place as the ruler of the underworld
  • Reap the spoils of war to outfit your corps – Combine materials dropped by fallen foes to create new equipment for your troops. Customize equipment and items to change their looks and upgrade the abilities of your goblin soldiers
  • Team up with friends and increase the challenge – Play with up to four players via ad-hoc multiplayer and face tougher bosses to acquire rare items
  • Unleash the PlayStation®Vita – Use the rear touchpad to command your Goblins to play instruments, each activating special properties. Revive your hero, rejuvenate your soldiers, and inspire your army to increase their strength! Skillful play will be rewarded with substantial benefits and a greater edge against the demon horde


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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Hell spat this game back out. July 23, 2012
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
I realize that launch games need to be taken with a grain of salt. After all, most launch games are afterthoughts that companies put out at the eleventh hour and are on brand new hardware that they might not be comfortable with, but that really doesn't make up for this game's many, many faults.

The only good I had with this game was the sound. The Death Metal soundtrack is fantastic, and a really under-utilized genre as far as video game music goes. This game has crunchy tunes that really set the stage for the King of Hell to go about his business.

Unfortunately, it's all downhill after that. Think of this game as Pikmin on an acid trip. That's exactly what it is, sans growing Pikmin, exploration or any kind of unique, fun or strategic battles. This is a bare-bones copy of Pikmin that has zero frills attached to it. You start the game as the King of Hell who has been cast down from his throne. You need to get your throne back, but you can't directly attack enemies yourself, that would be un-er-kingly. So, instead you employ little goblins to do the attacking, and dying, for you.

There are three basic types of goblins in this game: Soldier Class, Spearman Class and Magic Class. You're soldiers are basically your grunts, vast and expendable. This unit will lead the charge most of the time. You throw this class onto the backs of enemies until you get enough to unleash a Salvo attack that will do massive damage to the enemy, but also causes all your minions to fall off the enemy demanding you to throw them back on. Most enemies other than bosses, won't live up to more than two of these Salvo attacks. The Spearman Class can line up in formations that you can then propel along the ground to do massive damage when they hit, or a long recoil effect when they miss.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Vita Value: Army Corps of Hell March 12, 2012
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Vita Value: Army Corps of Hell

Hello everyone I'm going to start reviewing vita games YAY and for my first review I review Army Corps of Hell! When I get to the overall rating I rate games based on how much you should buy it at!

Story

The story for this game is about a King of Hell that aims to take down demon gods to rule all of hell with the help of goblins and that is all you need to know about the story!

Design/Gameplay

To get through the Story you have to kill lots and lots of demons and bosses throughout 40 stages (credits roll after stage 20 but every level isn't completed until you complete stage 40) The Bosses are the best thing about this game as the demons to get to them are quite repetitive but somewhat enjoyable to keep killing. You can't attack as the King of Hell but you use your minions to attack! You can upgrade your minions by creating weapons and armor for them through picking up loot As for the Multiplayer I could not try that out as it's not online multiplayer and I don't have any friends that have the Vita with Army Corps of Hell

Graphics

The Bosses look nice....... as for the rest it almost looks like a PSP game!

Sound

The Music in this game is full of metal tracks that sound good but start to get old once you keep playing!

Overall/Value

This game has is $40 MSRP in both Physical and Digital form I recommend buying this game when it reaches $20 aka $19.99 as it was not worth $40 for me its an enjoyable title just playing to beat the story!

Rating: $20
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not sure it is worth the $12 I paid September 12, 2012
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Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
I wanted this game when I first heard about it around launch, but waited until the recent price point to pull the trigger. The story can be summed up in the opening cut scene, and doesn't ever try to progress or have a real purpose. Essentially you drop into hell and turn goblins into your minions to take hell over. The fighting is similar to pikmin, and the point is similar. Throw your minions on the enemy and avoid letting them or you get attacked or you lose health and they die = fewer minions until you find a gate with more or make it to the end of the level. The major issue is that unlike pikmin, you follow one path of predetermined monsters as you go from each floating arena to the next until you get to the gate which leads to the end of the level. After a few levels all you have to look forward to are bosses, because every other enemy is just a reincarnate of something you have already fought against.

If you like metal music you have that to look forward to, I don't but thought it added to the pain of playing through this game. The controls take less than a minute to learn and are pretty easy. There are some upgrades that help add damage to enemies, but I didn't really see a difference in gameplay when using them. Finally the trophies can be a little challenging but definitely doable (If you are worried about getting a platinum).

Explaining three stars:
If you like monotonous combat, pikmin without puzzles or an open world, and metal music than there is a lot to love in this game. It is easy to pick up and play as there are only really three different buttons you need to know. Plus I got it for less than $20 so I can't complain that much. Definitely a portable type game, I just wish it took advantage of the graphics and storage space of the system.
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4.0 out of 5 stars its great
i loved it
i got it very quicky and it was great
the music is amazing and the game is fun
Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars Army Corps of Hell on PS Vita
Do not waste your money. This game is absolutely terrible. My understanding is that the game makers are struggling to come out with games that can be played on the Vita. Read more
Published 13 months ago by bunky
2.0 out of 5 stars Makes want Pikmin 3
This game is for no reason bad but its not the best of its kind either if your really want this type of game play play the Pikmin series.

Score:6/10 Mediocre
Published 16 months ago by Thomas Carter
2.0 out of 5 stars very meh
I got this on the cheap when I first bought my vita, and was very disappointed. the graphics are crud, and the gameplay isn't very good. Read more
Published 16 months ago by kkdude
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it
I love this game. the music is great and the game is fun. shipped fast and well packaged. its just what I was looking for
Published 22 months ago by ALG857
4.0 out of 5 stars Good times in hell.
Overall, I like the game. The theme is dark and humorous, right up my irreverent alley. I picked it up on sale for $20 and I feel it is worth that price. Read more
Published 23 months ago by Cnf
2.0 out of 5 stars its hell for sure
Between the thrash music and monotonous control its like being in the army corp of hell to be sure. This game has no real replay value and is slogging to make it through the first... Read more
Published 23 months ago by Robert C. Anderson
1.0 out of 5 stars No real action...
For something called "Army Corps of Hell", I expected this to be a great action game, but this game truly does not live up to it's name. Read more
Published on September 30, 2012 by juboyles
3.0 out of 5 stars Diet Pikmin?
Not a bad game just bland. If you can pick it up for less that 15 bucks go for it.

Pros-
Music is fitting
Great Boss Fights
Pick up and play
Made for... Read more
Published on September 19, 2012 by Zeemmarax
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing
Good game, long but beatable. Never seams boring, but some times repetitive. Completely original style and game play, like no other game.
Published on May 25, 2012 by King
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