Reviews and Problems with Army of Two: The 40th Day
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Army Of Two: The 40th Day
1 December 2010
Conclusion: Silly, throwaway nonsense it may be, but that doesn’t mean it’s not any good. Sequels are a fabulous opportunity to correct the wrongs of the original, and while Army of Two won’t be threatening any game of the year lists, it is leaps and bounds ahead of its not so illustrious predecessor.
Conclusion: Lackluster action sequences, brain-dead AI and limited gameplay features really cripple the port of Army of Two: The 40th day on the PSP. While the game does feature morality moments, good dialogue and a variety of environments to fight through, the action is so basic and repetitive that the fun is completely missing. The console version of Army of Two: The 40th Day is well worth exploring, but spare yourself – and your buddies – from the PSP experience.
Excerpt: Save often, that way you won’t have to replay it if you die. Army of Two: The 40th Day is a port from the Xbox 360 and PS3 version in the game, in which the graphics, game play and story are somewhat spectacular. Is this the same for the PSP version of the game? Not quite, no. The game takes on the same story as the other two versions, however it portrays it no way near as well as they do.
Pros: Lots of weapons to play with, The weapons can be upgraded, Clear menu’s
Cons: Not the best graphics, Bad character designs, Stupid A.I, Uninteresting story, Strange controls