Army Corps of Hell to be North American Vita launch title

By Andrew Groen, Friday, 14 October 2011 20:17 GMT

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.It’s been described as a heavy metal version of Pikmin, and that’s more than enough to keep us interested in the title. It even boasts an ex-Nintendo developer who worked on the original Pikmin games.

It had been previously announced as a launch title in Japan, and was announced for Europe, however Square Enix wasn’t willing to say the game would be ready for North Americans on zero hour.

Thanks, Joystiq!

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