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: Note: May contain spoilers. Proceed with caution. With Army of Two the player will chose to play through the campaign as one of two characters: Elliot Salem or Tyson Rios. Both of these men belong to an organization called Security and Strategy Corporation, or SSC for short.
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: Not a technically great game...the graphics are okay, gameplay is typical to a third person shooter. But it's a whole lot of fun in co-op multiplayer, which is how the game was designed from the ground up.
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: Army of Two is a fantastic game for offline co-op for you and a buddy. If that is one of your favorite types of games, I highly recommend getting a copy. If you are just looking for a great single player shooter, go for Modern Warfare 2 / Killzone 2 / Resistance 2.
Summary: Great gameplay, good game. A must to play with another real person. Playing with the AI is simply not as fun and you could really just go through the game making him do all the work. What is the point in that? Cons: - It is older, so some graphics look great, some graphics looker older.