Summary: My grandson loves this game and while the values presented are very patriotism oriented, it may be a bit strong in both language and violence - hence my one less than perfect rating. To be totally fair - it is rated M but due to his maturity and the strong ideology of the game, I went ahead and got it for him and have not been disappointed at all. He loves it!
Summary: The Good: Good voice acting, lots of weapons, decent fun with another player... The Bad: A complete nightmare without one, looks bad, repetitive, boring, and just bad There was a good reason why I avoided the original Army of Two and this was because of the terrible single player AI. The game was only fun with another person, but even then it was flawed. The 40th Day tries to improve this, but it failed.