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Army Corps of Hell

Army Corps of Hell (VITA) game cover art
Platform: Vita
Tags: Strategy, Real-Time
Developer: Entersphere
AKA: Jigoku no Gundan: Army Corps of Hell (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
02/22/2012
EU
02/22/2012
JP
12/17/2011
AU
02/23/2012

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