Into the midst of the PlayStation Vita's launch lineup drops a fiery comet, crashing through the Earth's crust and plunging into the mythical underworld below to amass a massive force of evil with infernal domination in mind. The Army Corps of Hell is recruiting. Should you join up?
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Square Enix's upcoming Vita game puts players in command of a dethroned King of Hell who's commanding a 100-goblin attack squad to get his crown back. This latest video from the strategy game shows that you needn't go it alone. ACoH will support up to four ad-hoc players and you can see what it looks like when…
In the first of a series of live-action videos promoting Square Enix's PlayStation Vita launch game, Army Corps of Hell, the lord of hell takes a bus to Hell, Michigan. Honest mistake, really.
Square Enix parades the troops and dresses up the King of Hell in his Sunday finest in the latest video for Army Corps of Hell, the PlayStation Vita's most colorfully-titled launch game.
With the PlayStation Vita, you can buy retail game card games or download digital versions from the PlayStation Store. It's your call. But before you do, there's something you should know: one is slightly faster than the other.
We've previously talked about how Square Enix's first Vita game will give you an army of goblins that you control as a demon king. The Final Fantasy publisher's outed some new screens for the original strategy/action game that puts some of the special moves you'll be able to do. You'll need them to face off against…
I'm not normally a man to carry around regret, but last week, I didn't get a chance to play this game. The lines, as we've told you, were too damn long. But if ever Square Enix were going to make a game that spoke directly to my heart, it would be this.
Square Enix, makers of Final Fantasy, is coming out strong with PS Vita. Besides an HD Final Fantasy X remake, Square Enix is also working on original titles like Army Corps of Hell.