Summary: I had a lot of fun playing army of two solo. Everybody tells you that this game is only good in co-op mode. I disagree. It was made to play in co-op i know but it can be as satisfying in a solo campaign. The story is forgetable but the game mechanics is what makes it good.
Summary: I played this game at a friends house a year or two ago and loved it. However, when I bought a used version, Army of Two: the 40th Day came. so this review is based on a two-year old fuzzy memmory
Summary: The disk that I ordered was in good condition. I like teamwork games. I like army games. This is the perfect mix. I'm not going to advertise for the game but it's a really good game if your into those kind of games.
Summary: The charms of 'Army of Two' certainly outweigh the faults, but not by too vast a margin. While the characters in the game will give you a good laugh or two, and you'll definitely love to hate Clyde, the awkwardness of the game-play doesn't quite make you want to play much longer after the short...
Summary: This is a decent multiplayer game. The game is not very long but the characters and gameplay are likeable. Chances are you won't be "wowed" by the game, but it provides entertainment for a relatively cheap price.
Summary: This game has great graphics and gameplay not to mention the co-op feature is always fun when you have a friend that can play along. Sometimes the gameplay gets a bit redundant in particular with the bosses and semi boss. But all in all the action makes up for everything else.
Summary: This game is a typical first person shooter, but the controlls are i little confusing/hard at first. It took a bit to get used to but once you get the hang of it, you will be off destroying people in now time!!! The way you can customize your weapons is a very unique feature.