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Submitted by -Mezzo- 904d ago | preview

Kotaku - Somehow, the New Army of Two Game Seems More Bro-Dacious than Ever

Kotaku - Nowadays, it seems like all sorts of beefed-up characters in shooter games can sling taunts and emotes. But back in 2008, Army of Two won a crucial bros’-rights battle when the two leads—whose names, c’mon, no one even remembers—were able to express their bro-love for each other in a series of team-based mechanics. With elements like drawing fire from hostiles to give the other guy a chance to mow them down or cradling your fingers together to enable a crucial step-jump, Army of Two exemplified what true bro-dude-ness feels like. (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360)

jimbobwahey  +   904d ago
Ah, Kotaku.

Story quality? WTF
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