Better than the critic reviews if you're just wanting a cheap, couch split-screen FPS.
5 June 2014
Summary: Don't get me wrong, this is not the greatest game ever (probably more like 3.5/5). But if you are like me and my wife and enjoy playing split screen shooters and you enjoyed Army of TWO games, I think you'd like this. I actually, in disagreement with the critics, found this better than the second iteration of Army of TWO, inferior to the first. There is a better variety of settings than in the second iteration which I found very repetitive.
Summary: For Army of Two I've always been a fan. I remember playing it with my friends at parties on the hardest difficulty, switching off constantly. I loved the second one even more with the choices that can be made and improved gameplay. This one did nothing new for the series, but maybe look cooler, but not perform better. There were plenty of glitches, riding solo is boring, and some missions were meh. The pros are if you play it co-op, and just the gameplay.
Summary: The critics got it wrong. They tended to rate this game poorly, but it's actually a very fun, deep, highly customizable, enjoyable solid game, and it has split screen co-op. True, they did abandon some of the mechanics of the older Army of Two games, but some people hated those mechanics, they don't feel missed. It's not Gears of War caliber, but it's not that far off in terms of fun.