www.testfreaks.com

Reviews, reviews, reviews...

Army-corps-of-hell.33382594
6.4 out of 10

Army Corps of Hell

Great Deal: $14.95

Reviews and Problems with Army Corps of Hell

Showing 1-10 of 26
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
  • Read full review
Overall 6
6.0

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

Common Sense Media
18 April 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.
  • Read full review
Overall 5
5.0

Army Corps of Hell

High-Def Digest
5 March 2012
  • Conclusion: 'Army Corps of Hell' isn't a terrible game, and I did have fun with it for a few hours, but I just can't see recommending it. If this were a $10-$15 downloadable title I would say it's worth taking a chance on, but as a $39 full-release title it just doesn't hold up. Unless you're a diehard fan of the game type or you want to support a new IP that takes a chance, I wouldn't suggest buying 'Army Corps of Hell.
  • Read full review
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.
  • Read full review
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.
  • Read full review
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
  • Read full review
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
  • Read full review
Overall 6
6.0

Army Corps of Hell: “Will you do the Fandango?”

LazyGamer
10 April 2012
  • Excerpt: If you’re of a certain age, and you owned a GameCube, you might have played a delightful strategy game called Pikmin . You’re probably wondering why I’m mentioning a decade-old Nintendo game when reviewing a Vita title, but bear with me for a second. In Pikmin , you played as an extra-terrestrial called Captain Olimar, who ends up stranded on a distant planet.
  • Read full review
Overall 6
6.0

Hell-d back

Pocket Gamer
21 February 2012
  • Conclusion: At times, Army Corps of Hell is an adrenaline rush of swift tactical fighting. It’s also, however, incredibly repetitive and far too drawn out
  • Read full review
Next page >>