Summary: I haven't looked forward to a new game as much as I had AO2 The Devil's Cartel, and I'm not sure I've been this disappointed, either. Immediately you realize the differences between this game and the previous AO2. I didn't have a problem with the new characters until I got into the game. My single biggest issue however is the horrible controls. Not being able to switch dominant hands/camera angles while fighting takes away the great combat system of the previous games.
Summary: The Army of Two franchise is by no means a massive step in the ' video games as art ' camp but it has happily allowed mindless fun and shoot outs for people to enjoy between games with a little more substance. As a fan of the previous two titles in the no holds barred, dumb fun, "yo' bro" series I was left with an overwhelming bitter taste in my mouth after completeing the story mode.