A New Duo Show Their Skills In This Third Game Of The Army Of Two Franchise
28 June 2014
Summary: A new team follow the footsteps of the iconic duo Rios and Salem as they tackle on merc jobs from protection to assassinations but after a loss of one of their own some jobs become more personal then others.
Summary: We were disappointed to play this after 40th Day. It is a good game, but some of the features that we really liked about 40th Day were no longer available (such as being able to build a strong positive/negative relationship with your partner).
Summary: I was skeptical about buying this game because I had read some early reviews and I could tell from the demo that it didn't have some of the 'magic' that the 40th Day had. The 40th Day is one of my favorite third-person shooters so I had high expectations for the Devil's Cartel, maybe too high.
Summary: Probably the best game of the series thus far I think. Played this game once before when a friend let me play it and it took quite a bit of time to finish - and a lot of frustration as well!!!!
Summary: For Fans of Army Of two this is a solid 4 out of 5.For anyone else a 3. This is a cover and shoot co-op game where you can play with a friend or use the A.I. to have your back. the A.I. is pretty good and does not get killed unfairly.The shootouts are quite varied and exciting!
Summary: There aren't many co-op games out there that support split-screen and online co-op, this one ahppens to be very fun to play and has an improved game play over the previous ones, I think this game may be for you if you have a brother in arms to spend some time playing the game with.