An okay start that gets awesome with The Devil's Cartel
Daniel C, Amazon
19 March 2014
Summary: I started playing the Army of Two series with The Devil's Cartel (the third in the series). By contrast this game's controls felt very clunky to me and I was disappointed in how little I could change my guy's suit and gun colour. The cover system got down-right frustrating at times and made it difficult to play with a casual-gamer partner. The story was forgettable and the cut-scenes look like they're from the Toy Story 1 era, but that's not why I like these games.
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. Those two points aside, this game has some interesting aspects too it such as the gun customizations. If you and a friend are looking for a game to co-op, consider this one!
Summary: The seller claimed that this used game worked, but it didn't. Tried it in 2 different Xbox 360 consoles. Returned it and bought one that did work at GameStop for $5.00. This is a great game. The rating is for the seller.
Summary: My brother and I were always bored at home with lots of great single player games i.e. Grand Theft Auto 5 or Tomb Raider, Bioshock Infinite etc.. So I really wanted us to be able to share some HDTV screen time together opposed to watching each other use the T.V. one at a time. So I got him this game for Christmas and we both played it. I rated it 3 stars because it has its ups and downs. Its good enough to pass the time.
Summary: Great game, filed with action, go if you like first or third person actiongames, loaded with weapons and specil moves, like Back to back, good to play alone or with a partner, can be played on LIve also.