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Army Corps of Hell makes a hell of a first impression (sorry). The action-oriented crowd-control gameplay is easy to grasp, and is bolstered by incredible Frazetta-esque artwork and the most ridiculous Japanese metal soundtrack, ranging from squealy-guitar style to grumbly-voice style. Over time, the hellish nature of the PlayStation Vita launch game reveals itself....

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Amazon Gold Box: save on PS3, Army Corps of Hell, more

Amazon's "Gold Box" of limited-time deals is offering exclusively video game related offers today, starting with an all-day discount on a 320GB PS3 system. It's currently $259.99, only $10 more than the version with a 160GB hard drive, making you a complete fool if you buy the 160GB one today....

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Amazon lightning deals include Army Corps of Hell, Old Republic savings

Amazon is once again filling its "Gold Box" with game-themed "Lightning Deals," two things that don't sound like they'd go together at all. In practice, however, it means you can get The Old Republic for $40 all day, and a series of other deals throughout the day, hints for which can be found after...

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Army Corps of Hell review: Shallows of the Damned

Army Corps of Hell makes a hell of a first impression (sorry). The action-oriented crowd-control gameplay is easy to grasp, and is bolstered by incredible Frazetta-esque artwork and the most ridiculous Japanese metal soundtrack, ranging from squealy-guitar style to grumbly-voice style. Over time,...

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Command the armies of Hell in latest Army Corps of Hell trailer

Will the armies of Hell bend to your whim? The latest Army Corps of Hell trailer certainly seems to think so, at least if you have a PlayStation Vita and plenty of free digits. Take a look at how that control plays out just above....

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Roll call: Army Corps of Hell trailer

Any good armytician (totally a real word) will tell you, "In order to have a good army, you must have a diverse army. And loads of sharp sticks."...

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Army Corps of Hell bolstering Vita launch lineup on February 22

If Nathan Drake's Golden Abyss adventure and the future racers of Wipeout 2048 just don't do it for you, perhaps Square Enix's "Pikmin from Hell" can. Army Corps of Hell has just been announced as coming to the Vita on launch day, February 22, for both North America and Europe. Alongside the...

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March on with these new Army Corps of Hell screens

Skeleton kings, menacing giant-bug armies, explosions, lightning; these latest Army Corps of Hell screenshots have pretty much everything you could hope for. Well, they won't give you free money or relationship advice, but let's be realistic here....

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Army Corps of Hell marching to North America in time for Vita launch

Army Corps of Hell, Square Enix's demonic action-strategy game for Vita, is a launch title in Japan. The publisher announced today that it'll be a launch title in North America too, whenever the North American Vita launch happens. Army Corps of Hell is developed by Entersphere, a company...

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Army Corps of Hell marching on Europe in 2012

Already planning to deploy the Army Corps of Hell in Japan at some point in 2012 via Sony's PlayStation Vita, Square Enix announced this morning that the Pikmin-esque, Entersphere-developed title will also arrive in Europe next year. The game has yet to be announced for release in North America,...

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Square Enix setting price paradigms on the Vita, close to PSP game prices

Square Enix has announced the price of one of its launch titles for the PS Vita, Army Corps of Hell: The packaged version of the game will hit store shelves for ¥4,980, while the game's downloadable version will cost ¥3,990. Those prices may sound a little high when converted to...

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