Reviews and Problems with Army of Two: The 40th Day
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Army of Two: The 40th Day
Game Over Online
21 January 2015
Excerpt: The first Army of Two game was a solid shooter with excellent weapon customization and some interesting, albeit sometimes overly complex cooperative mechanics (like the co-op snipe that was a bugger to learn and you never used again).
Conclusion: Score’s: Graphics: 80% A pretty enough shooter but with some dodgy parts. Gameplay: 85% A solid 3rd person shooter with great weapon customisation Lifespan: 75% With a 5 hour campaign and limited multiplayer it wont last that long.
Conclusion: Reign: Conflict of Nations isn't a bad game. It just makes it difficult to like it. From the above it is easy to read that I am not overly enthusiastic about the game. Apart from the poor AI and the generic factions and specialist, selecting a unit can be a frustrating affair.
Excerpt: Having lazed about for almost a decade, Banjo has obtained a belly and is hardly the acrobatic hero he used to be, finding it difficult to run, and even jump, as well he used to. Kazooie hasn’t fared much better.
Excerpt: I enjoyed the original Army of Two immensely, particularly in the manner in which it was supposed to be played: multiplayer. The game successfully worked as a cooperative experience and was also just as intense as any shooter of the modern age should be.
Excerpt: Army of Two ended up being a bit of a disappointment on its release in March 2008. The cooperative third-person shooter was built around the Aggro system, which essentially controlled who out of a two-man private military outfit was going to get the most attention from enemies.
Excerpt: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language This is a co-operative third-person shooter in which players try to survive the city of Shanghai as it collapses all around them. Players shoot their way out of the city after a mysterious invasion: they assassinate targets, infiltrate guarded areas, and...
Excerpt: Army of Two: The 40th Day is a big budget summer blockbuster that you can play on your console with a friend. That one sentence review pretty much sums up the game in both its positive and negative aspects.