Summary: I bought this at a great price and the seller was great to work with. I did not, however, enjoy the game. The story line of the campaign wasn't my favorite. It seemed to be too slow paced for me.
Summary: I am a huge fan of the Army of Two series and this one was a blast to play. My brother and I team up on campaign and its a riot to play with someone else. The weapons and execution of the game is very well planned and put together. You won't be disappointed with this game.
Summary: I feel that games dont focus on two players anymore its all about solo or online. this game was made for two people to play at once!!!! I love this story! lots to do and tons of weapons the only downside which made my gameplay a little frustrating is the screen slip they do its not horizontal like...
Summary: Army of Two 40th Day Game-play:Not very different than the first game but very mediocre Story:Really bad story and very short about 4 to 5 hours Graphics:Their is no change from the first game very average Notes:The weapons and their attachments are great i really like them also the masks are good...
Summary: While this game is a SLIGHT improvement over Army of Two, it isn't much of an improvement. The graphics are a little better and you can get into cover better, it still isn't enough. Annoying isn't a strong enough word to describe this game.
Summary: This game has very near perfect controls featuring a switch hand button allowing you to instantly switch between left or right handed in game on or off cover. this makes checking corners and peeking into rooms the safest and most logical its ever going to be.
Summary: For an older game, this is pretty fun to play through with a friend. If you're not playing with a friend, the auto playing teammate may get frustrating. Also, the lack of save points doesn't make it any better. Definitely a step up from the previous game though!