Reviews and Problems with Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel
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It is easy to connect with a friend to play
13 May 2015
Summary: Main reason I bought this game is for COOP. It is easy to connect with a friend to play, but the gameplay is boring after a while. I played through army of two ONE and TWO. It seems like they made no improvement from ONE to TWO and it got even worse in THIRD sequel.
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.
Summary: In this game there is none of the camaraderie that pervaded the previous titles. For a game that is allegedly made for co-op play there is little chemistry between the characters, and teamwork seems to be actively discouraged.
Summary: Lots of new interesting concepts that end up making a game that is less enjoyable than the second one. The scoring system is so magnificently broken that when playing coop I lost to the second player consistently....with the second player being the coffee table. That is not a joke.
Summary: I finished this game in about 7 hours. Cons: 1. The animations are no where near the quality I was expecting from playing the first two games. They are bad 80s quality anime looking. 2. There are no moral choices and zero back to back. These are items that made the series unique and enjoyable. 3.
Summary: I went into this game with good intentions. I thought it would at least be as good as the others (with the first being my favorite). This game was a major disappointment. I wanted to get through the game before I made a review of it, and boy did it feel like a chore.
Summary: I know the other Army of Two's weren't spectacular games by any means, but they were still fun. I would play this with my best friend, and we always had fun with them because the combat, while simple, was enjoyable.And honestly almost anything that's co-op based we can get into.
Summary: A better title for this game would've been Army of Two: Gun Collector, because customizing your weapons is about the only fun you'll have with this game. The graphics are pretty dull looking, even for a military shooter, there's also something just off about the sound in this game.
Summary: Decent story, great graphics and excellent gameplay make Army of two The Devil's Cartel a experience that you don't want to miss. The customization aspect is better than ever with a lot of weapons and masks that you can personalize any way you want.