Fun to play w/ LOTs of shooting, but it has a really dumb plot-line and a sorry ending.
Sanger Magee, Amazon
23 February 2014
Summary: This game is mostly better than V2 (I _really_ like the new split-screen format, and that you can skip most of the movies); however: 1) it doesn't let you make moral choices, which I liked about v2; 2) it doesn't let you swap out weapons or attachments in mid-fight, and if you snag a weapon off the ground, you lose the weapon you're holding (and have to wait until the break to get it back); 3) The number and types of weapons is kind of limited and the armor you wear...
Summary: The first day we popped this in we stayed up a couple hours later than usual without noticing. The next day we had freezing issues, which quite frankly ruined the fun. We had very hard freezes, so that we had to unplug the PS3 to get it to work again. After it froze for the third time we called it a day. Thankfully our saves haven't been corrupted, but having to restart the PS3 repeatedly like this can't be good.
Summary: This game is just pike your average 3rd person shooter. There were just a few features in it that kept me interested. Pros: Many weapons + customizations, overkill feature which creates absolute demolition and destruction. Cons: Not nearly at good at the previous AOT: The 40th Day since for various reasons (campaign didn't seem too long, ending was weak, and the boss battles were boring.
Summary: Since others have reviewed this game in-depth, I'll try to keep this short. But first, a little caveat - Army of Two: The 40th Day was my only foray into the series before excitedly receiving the Devil's Cartel (you can refer to my review for the 40th Day to see why I liked it). Now that I've beaten the game on Hard and spent a good 5 hours with my 40th Day partner, I feel like I can give some insight into this game.
Summary: Good battles, kinda smarter AI but that is it. I'm no perfect, hardcore TPS but it seems lacking a whole lot from 40th Day. EA - good titles but poor execution... Like all their games lots of hype but when you finally get it it's ... Meh. Cinematics are as though amateurs working on windows platforms rendered them. Maybe it's because they were using windows 8. Anyway, just like all their games... The cinematics are like cartoons.... Bad ones...