Reviews and Problems with Army of Two: The 40th Day
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Better than the first, but still has flaws
Anthony Marsh Jr., Amazon
13 March 2015
Summary: The 40th Day was, in my honest opinion, better than the first Army of Two game as soon as I started playing this follow-up sequel. What I absolutely like about this one is that the game's story takes place in Shanghai as you take Elliot and Rios on this journey through this location on their trip to...
Mostly good, but side-by-side play is not enjoyable, even on a big screen.
Sanger Magee, Amazon
23 February 2014
Summary: The game is ok, but the movies can't be skipped (you HAVE to watch them EVERY time), and the split screen play is hard, there is no separation between the two sides, so it can be confusing sometimes. Otherwise, I actually like some of the features better than AoT 3.
Summary: Graphics: 8/10 Controls: 8.5/10 Screenplay: 4.5/10 Replay Value: 9/10 Great improvements have been made from the previous installment. Controls are excellent. The addition of moral choices, radio interception and shooting down kitties gives this game tremendous replay value.
Summary: Just when your starting to have fun.... It ends! My son and I had a great time takin on the underworld. Seriously, strategically take out dug in bad dudes! There are a few-several profanities, most at beginning of game, still annoying and not necessary. Great AI counter tactics.
Summary: Good game. The character's are still cool. Decent story with a fun campaign. Only thing that stands in the way of this being a great game is the customizing and weapons. Limited weapons. Customizing is suppose to be a key aspect of the game, but it is not impressive.