Tag Archives: Army Corps of Hell
Tue, Apr 24, 2012 | 08:48 BST
Square Enix has announced it’s to hold discount its existing Vita titles to date in Japan beginning next week on the Japanese PlayStation Store. Lord of Apocalypse will be priced at ¥2,980 ($36), down from ¥4,980 ($61). Army Corps of Hell will be discounted to ¥1,990 ($25) from ¥3,990 ($50).
The offer runs from next Tuesday until Monday, May 7. Thanks, Siliconera.
Mon, Mar 05, 2012 | 23:05 GMT
The first content update for Square Enix’s odd little Vita launch title Army Corps of Hell is entirely free.
Mon, Mar 05, 2012 | 07:46 GMT
Johnny Cullen talks to Ubisoft, Namco Bandai, Square Enix and more about their experiences with PlayStation Vita.
Tue, Feb 07, 2012 | 20:56 GMT
Army Corps of Hell, Square’s Vita Pikmin thing, will allow you to steal goblins from your friends in ad hoc multiplayer. Bonzer. It also allows up to four of you to get together in a physical vicinity and smash devilish bosses in the head. Take a look below. God knows what’s going on here. It’s out alongside the console’s launch on February 22.
Fri, Jan 20, 2012 | 19:01 GMT
The King of Hell has decided to hop a bus and travel back to Hell in order to reclaim his throne. Along the way, he must have gotten his wires crossed or his personal assistant is about to get fired, because he has ended up in Michigan by mistake. Poor fella. He’ll probably be a bit hard pressed when issuing orders to his Army Corps of Hell with his teeth chattering from the cold. Watch the first of his live-action adventures as he tries to make his way home in the video below. Army Corps of Hell is slated for release on Vita February 22.
Fri, Dec 16, 2011 | 13:19 GMT
Square’s confirmed this afternoon it’ll bring over Army Corp of Hell as a launch title for the EU release of PlayStation Vita, The RPG, which will come with touch support for front and back enables you to command a goblin army of up to 100 at war. Get the shots below the break.
Fri, Dec 02, 2011 | 14:08 GMT
To go along with the nice batch of screens released earlier this week, Square has released four new trailers of the game in action. Each one features some heavy power and prog-metal as well. Don’t trash too hard, now. You might hurt yourself. The Vita title will be released around the system’s launch, will contain four-player co-op , and can support up to 200 goblins on screen at once. Thanks, Gematsu.
Wed, Nov 30, 2011 | 21:27 GMT
Square has released another batch of screenshots for Army Corps of Hell. The Vita title, to be released around the system’s launch, will contain four-player co-op where each player controls his or her very own demon king and up to 50 goblins at a time. The game can, if you wish, support up to 200 goblins on screen at once casting spells and “stabbing monsters with tiny swords on the battlefield,” according to Siliconera. In single-player mode, the player can command up to 100 goblins. Awesome. Check out the screens below.
Wed, Nov 30, 2011 | 20:25 GMT
Thu, Oct 20, 2011 | 15:34 BST
Square has released three new gameplay videos for Army Corps of Hell, a Vita launch title for Japan, Europe, and North America. The videos below, full of really heavy music, show the three different classes available for your goblin minions: Lancer, Warrior and Wizard. Vita releases in Japan on December 17, and in North America and Europe on February 22 2012. Thanks, Gematsu.
Fri, Oct 14, 2011 | 20:28 BST
North American gamers will have one more game choice when they pick up their PS Vita’s on launch day, as Army Corps of Hell will officially be ready in time for the launch. More »
Thu, Oct 06, 2011 | 11:16 BST
Square Enix has confirmed it’ll release Army Corps of Hell on Vita for Europe.
Fri, Sep 30, 2011 | 16:20 BST
Square has announced pricing for at least one of its Vita titles releasing on December 17. Army Corps of Hell will run consumers ¥4,980 ($64.78) for the packages version, and ¥3,990 ($51.90) for the downloadable version. The game carries a D-rating, which is for 17 years of age and over, and will not require the use of a Memory Card. As far as other software pricing is concerned, it has been preciously revealed that Nippon Ichi will charge ¥6,090 ($79.22) for Disgaea 3 Return. Via Andriansang. Thanks, StolenGlory
Thu, Sep 22, 2011 | 04:49 BST
Nintendo has Pikmin, it looks like maybe Sony has Army Corps of Hell. Bear with me on this. It’s a new game, just announced from Square Enix, and it’s headed straight to Vita as a launch title. And it’s more than a little bizarre.