Army Corps of Hell Vita coming to Europe

Out next year.

Quirky PlayStation Vita game Army Corps of Hell will release in Europe, Square Enix has announced.

It's due out at some point in 2012.

Army Corps of Hell is developed by Japanese studio Entersphere, Inc. You control an army of one hundred goblin soldiers using the Vita's rear touch pad. There's four-player ad-hoc multiplayer, too.

Martin took a look at the game at the Tokyo Game Show as part of a Vita launch line-up preview.

"What's really interesting about Army Corps of Hell is that its developer, Entersphere, is headed up by Motoi Okamoto, an ex-Nintendo employee who worked on the GameCube's much-loved gardening simulator [Pikmin]," he wrote. "Reason enough, for sure, to keep a watchful eye on this one."

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