Summary: i like the two player campaign for this. My friend and me played the second one and third so we decided to get this one as well. It's not as good of a storyline than the other two were but I like the back to back sequence they have on it which the third game doesn't have.
Disappointing game play and controls. Skip it; just buy the 40th Day sequel!
30 December 2014
Summary: I regret this purchase. I picked it up because my Dad and I had recently beaten Army of Two: 40th Day and there was one weapon that was not available unless you had a saved game from this first game on your playstation.
Summary: So, I started playing Army of Two 40th Day on my friend's xbox. Having finally gotten a PS3, I felt I should go back to the start. Glad I did. For a slightly older game, it holds up really well. Sure, it's EA, but it's before they fell to their horrible ways. Well worth the play.
Summary: I'm big on FPS. I love multiplayer. I'm not big on, nor do I love, this game. It's decent, don't get me wrong. But it's lacking in some key areas for me, especially that I can't skip certain cinematics even though I've played the same level over and over and OVER.
Summary: I was never really big in to third person shooters until I picked up this game. It is a great idea for you to have a team mate helping you along for a change. However the AI needs some major work. You are dying and the AI sometimes will try to heal you in the middle of cross fire.
Summary: I'm really surprised by the high scores on this clunky shooter. The main mechanic of the game was a novel idea when it was first release; you can play couch Co-op with a friend, you duck, cover and shoot. Very reminiscent of Gears of War. Army of Two has an "Agro Meter".
Summary: I did myself a major disservice by playing the 40th Day first. Sometimes I am able to go back to a previously released game in a series and enjoy it as much or more than the follow-up games (F.E.A.R. and Crysis, to name a few) but not in this case. This really feels sluggish and hard to control.