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. It is better to have a friend team up and you two go at the game. The levels are great in depth with some cool bosses but if you have the right weapons most all bosses are push overs.
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. I still enjoy the gun upgrades and fast-paced shooting but it definitely lacks compared to the 40th Day and most more modern games.
Summary: Great fun to play with a friend on the couch. The reason this game is so good because it doesn't have any competition. How many games can you play in couch co-op these day? How many off them are fun? And how many off them are actually meant to be played that way? This one does just that. The gameplay is actually just a gears of war clone, which is a good thing. Killing enemies feels more satisfying then it does in gears of war though.
Summary: On the PS3, too bad there is NO trophies system that are implemented or else it would be an added re-playability for the game. This is a fun game to play with your buddy friend as the game does require cooperation throughout the time. Playing as a team, both will complement each other, deploying tactics to their advantage. Weapons and outlook can be earned and there are stuff to be discovered. Expect some level of realism during the cinematic!
Summary: Its story might not present anything that revolutionary, but the incredibly entertaining "Army Of Two" still brings an immensely fun co-op experience and a pretty bold weapons system to the proverbial table.