Army Corps Of Hell Infesting PlayStation Vita's U.S. Launch
Move over, Uncharted: Golden Abyss. The King of Hell beckons.
Square Enix proudly announced that its gruesome strategy/action game, Army Corps of Hell, will be a PlayStation Vita launch title in the U.S., whenever Sony decides to release its system; we keep hearing February/March.
In the game, players attempt to reclaim the King of Hell's throne by instructing up to 100 goblins to do their bidding, tasks that involve slaughtering other monsters in gruesome ways.
On top of that, up to four gamers can team up via local wireless to tackle some of the tougher bosses and unlock hidden items.
"We are very excited to have Army Corps of Hell as part of the exclusive launch line-up of the PS Vita system," said Mona Hamilton, vice president of marketing for Square Enix, Inc. "The team at Entersphere is creating a unique action game that fully embraces the power and controls of the PS Vita system."
We've kept a close eye on this demented Pikmin clone since it was revealed in September. Glad to hear it's bound for North America.