Summary: It was a really fun game for my son and I to play. how you can customize the weapons and stuff like that is really fun. but the "catch" phrases they use are half baked, and little lame. and this game is not short of them. Other then that its alright. The story line could have been a LOT better. This is the best one since the first one they made.
Not completely terrible, but certainly not great...
Christopher L. Kingery, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: Not bad for killing a little time, but after Army of Two: The 40th Day I was expecting just a little more. The story is pretty generic; you're trying to protect a high value target in Mexico, who the Cartel is sending waves and waves of men to try to kill. There's exactly one interesting twist about two-thirds of the way in (though it's still easy to see coming), and you switch from protecting this target to just trying to survive.