Summary: Graphics: 6/10 Controls: 7/10 Screenplay: 6/10 Replay Value: 4.5/10 Decent game. Nothing spectacular. Very short and linear. The environment are not as fantastic as games like Call of Duty MW 3, Heavenly Sword, etc... The background environment reminded me of sega genesis games with 3D capability - but that's my opinion. The storyline lacks spark, and is .. hum ... whatever ever.
Summary: I don't want to waste my time saying too much but this game sucks. The graphics are horrible. I like the idea of Army of Two but it was just bland... The controls aren't that good for a shooter game. The characters are not very interesting. The story is.....what is the story? Army of two people being a revolutionary military thing? I only bought it because it was cheap and I wanted to play a co-op campaign game with my brother. What a dull experience...
Summary: Don't buy this game if you want to play online. EA sports discontinued its online support. I won't be buying any more EA games, they basically take away half the functionality of their older games.
Summary: The thing I don't like about Army of Two is that the whole body shows, not just the gun, can't get passed the 3rd level, and the graphics are terrible. I don't want to make this to long, but what I'm trying to tell you is DO NOT BUY THIS GAME. Just buy black ops and some map packs and you should be good to go.
Summary: Play control makes or breaks first-person shooter games. I like most of these types of games even though they come at a dime a dozen, but this one is really terrible. First of all, the play control is very weak. IF a person with all the character's abilities could do something in real life with relative ease, and a game makes this type of activity execution almost as easy for the character on-screen, then I count it as a bonus for play control.
Summary: In a gaming world that is inundated with shooters, it takes something special for a game in the shooter genre to really stand out. Army of Two has an appealing idea: the Aggro system. The game is designed to be played with a human partner co-op, as the title suggests. The Aggro meter is basically an aggression meter. Whoever has the most Aggro (is doing the most damage, firing off the most rounds, etc.) will draw the enemy fire.
Summary: when i first got this game i was excited and once i put the disc in i was disappointed there is not challenge in it what so ever in 45 minutes i beat two levels there not very long the graphics were great in it they looked like real people walking and running there really was no story to it the controls were super weird you press L1 to pick to trade weapons and R1 to pick pistol machine gun and sniper and L2 to aim and R2 to shoot SELECT to go in some mode that lets you...
Summary: I have played much better games than this. I thought it looked cool on the box but the graphics are subpar. The vocals are kind've annoying too as well. For some reason or another i just did not stay interested and am glad it only cost me $20. This is a rental at best imo. There are much better games out there than this such as resistance and COD. Spend your money on that.
Summary: I bought this game based on the coop feature but my friend and I were very disappointed with it. We fond the controls to lag quite a bit and the graphics to be inferior. Also the character vocalizations are annoying. We went back to playing Call of Duty in coop. Resistance 2 also has a fun coop feature.