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6.6 out of 10

Army Corps of Hell

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Overall 6
6.0

Army Corps of Hell review

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Excerpt: The Sony fans out there picking up a PS Vita at launch might not be familiar with the lesser known GameCube series Pikmin, but developer Entersphere sure understands it. Created by a dev team headed by a former Nintendo game director, Army Corps of Hell takes the simplified RTS combat of Pikmin and shrinks it down with a mature edge. Of course, when they shrank the concept, they also minimized the fun.
  • Pros: Borrows a cool concept well (at first), Doesn't take itself too seriously, One of the more unique PS Vita launch games
  • Cons: Gets plenty repetitive, Level design fairly unimaginative, Lack of gameplay variety wears out welcome fast
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Overall 6
6.0

Demonic action-strategy game is filled with blood and gore.

Common Sense Media
6 May 2012
  • Summary: Parents need to know that Army Corps of Hell is a "Mature"-rated PlayStation Vita game that fuses action with strategy. There is a lot of blood in the game, which can be seen pouring out of fallen creatures when defeated, as well as during cut-scene story sequences. As a demon commanding your goblins, you can hack and slash and shoot projectiles at enemies, plus they can violently attack your goblins, too, such as being crushed and burned.
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Overall 5
5.0

Army Corps of Hell

High-Def Digest
4 March 2012
  • Summary: 'Army Corps of Hell' is the first title created by Entersphere, a development company created by former Nintendo project manager Motoi Okamoto. He worked on a bevy of titles over the years including 'Wii Fit,' 'Super Mario Sunshine,' 'Wii Play' and 'Pikmin.' It's that last game that proves to be the most important. When Okamoto left Nintendo in 2008, he didn't go alone - members of the 'Pikmin' team came him to help launch Entersphere.
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Overall 6
6.2

Army Corps of Hell

Digital Chumps
29 February 2012
  • Conclusion: Army Corps of Hell starts off interesting but after just a few short hours you reach that uneasy realization that the game is not changing and the experience gets very repetitive. I can appreciate that it's a new IP for a new platform, and I encourage that, but this one falls considerably short of greatness.
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Overall 6
6.2

Army Corps of Hell

Digital Chumps
29 February 2012
  • Conclusion: Army Corps of Hell starts off interesting but after just a few short hours you reach that uneasy realization that the game is not changing and the experience gets very repetitive. I can appreciate that it's a new IP for a new platform, and I encourage that, but this one falls considerably short of greatness.
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Overall 7
6.5

Army Corps of Hell Review

GameSpot
28 February 2012
  • Summary: Army Corps of Hell captures the devilish combat of its setting but is too repetitive to sustain that appeal.
  • Pros: Bloody and satisfying combat, Intense boss fights, Entertaining cooperative play
  • Cons: Severe lack of diversity, Aiming doesn't always work properly, Frustrating punishment for dying
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Overall 6
5.6

Army Corps of Hell Review

Cheat Code Central
24 February 2012
Overall 5
5.0

Army Corps of Hell Review

G4
23 February 2012
  • Summary: With a killer soundtrack and deep metal influences, Army Corps of Hell brings a barren action-strategy genre to the PlayStation Vita, but does so in a way that would make even the hellish of characters bored.
  • Pros: Awesome soundtrack, Intriguing, if underdeveloped, premise, Metal influences abound!
  • Cons: Everything about this game is repetitive, Should have stopped after the first four hours, Lackluster multiplayer options, Rear touchpad implementation feels like a gimmick
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Overall 6
6.0

Army Corps of Hell

GameTrailers
22 February 2012
  • Excerpt: In a sea of sequels, spin-offs and old stand-bys, Army Corps of Hell sticks out as something decidedly different among the Vita's launch line-up. Reminiscent of series such as Pikmin and Overlord, it puts you in control of mindless minions who, in this case, do your demonic bidding against a fire-and-brimstone backdrop. However, despite offering an initially addictive blend of cerebral strategizing and thumb-blistering action, it fails to live up to its full potential.
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Overall 6
6.0

Army Corps of Hell

PC GURU
3 November 2012
  • Excerpt: A Vita legbetegebb nyitócíme démonokkal, goblinokkal és hörgős metállal aláfestett pokoli kalanddal várja a játékosokat.
  • Pros: Az alapötlet és az első egy óra kifejezetten szórakoztató...
  • Cons: ...aztán kiderül, hogy a játékban szinte végig ugyanazt kell csinálni, ráadásul egy idő után a metál az agyadra megy.
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