Summary: 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. Pros: The soundtrack is all metal Fun, semi-mindless game play The goblin's reactions to things are fun Cons: Repetitive Not much strategy involved
Summary: Now I know all the other reviews for the most part are negative but I enjoyed this game. The graphics could be better but graphics don't make the game for me it's the game play and fun factor. Now like I said in the title if you enjoy Pikmin or Overlord or any games where you control a small army as your main means of attack and want something simple and straight to the point than this is a game you should at least check out.
Summary: The game becomes a bit repetitive but for short blasts while commuting its fills the journey, it won't win any awards but if you find it at a bargain bin price its worth a gamble. I do find it frustrating in parts but that just may be me as I'm not the worlds greatest gamer, a plus point for the game is the heavy metal soundtrack and your hoard of little demons which i find amusing, have to clear areas of bigger demons and at the end of each area there is usually, a...
Summary: This game has a great theme to it, decent graphics and probably some of the best music I've heard out of a PS vita game but the game play is so repetitive that i got bored of it on the 3rd mission. I don't mind repetitive game play as long as it's fun but..it's not, you hold down R1 whilst going in circles around some demon until he blows up, and keep doing so until you won the mission, sure there's different unit types and different enemies but the formula doesn't...
"Exciting in-depth gameplay,but a little repetitive"
Mohamad, Mighty Ape
5 May 2012
Summary: Army corps of hell is a great game, with many positives but also with some
GRAPHICS- the color and monster details in the game are great,the stages are
good but repetitive, probably not the best looking game around on the Vita but
doesn't detract anything from the experience. Also the artwork screens trying to
tell the storyline looks pretty cool.
SOUND- the heavy metal sets the mood for the game and works very well.
Summary: Army Corps of Hell isn't a game that has had a lot of attention considering some of the other launch titles it is competing with. Other than game reviewers who are obligated to play every Vita game right now, I don't think I've seen a single other person playing it, and it is simple to see why. Army Corps of Hell is a VERY niche game.