Reviews and Problems with Army of Two: The 40th Day
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Army of two
sportfan15 , GameStop
13 July 2014
Summary: This is a good game. You get to pick your person that you want to play as. It looks pretty good. Not like next gen. It has the current gen look and that's just alright. The controls are a little bit hard to use but it's not overly annoying. As long as you can get the job done it is alright. So far so good. Check it out.
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. I like making moral choices, I like seeing the results, and I like the options you had with weapons (like being able to take off a scope in mid-fight).
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. Multiplayer game Extraction is genius from the developers. It is similar to the "Guerrilla" mode in Ghost Recon Future soldier.
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. Weapons are great, though tactically, I don't agree with some of the enhancement qualities of some add-one, while others grossly fall short.
Summary: Is this the slickest game around? No. But it's really hard to stop playing in co-op mode! If you want a game that you can play with a partner, then this is the game for you. It's a must to play as a team and have a tactical plan. You can't stray too far from each other, as you'll inevitably need the healing touch of your teammate. Weapons wise, it's nice to always have your full complement of weapons available if you need them.