Electronic Arts has been receiving a lot of flak recently for sticking to a formula when it comes to publishing games. Prime example of it is their latest offering Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel. This is EA’s second collaborative effort with Dead Space producers Visceral Games (makers of Dead Space 3) and the result is a bit peppered and spiced up version of its predecessor third person co-op. The game follows the exploits of protagonists Salem and Rios, both adorned in the signature army of two mask and taking on bad guys in Mexico. Players would immediately notice aesthetically pleasing graphics, visuals and destructible environment, thanks to the Frostbite 2 Engine infrastructure powering the game. The gun fire during game play is satisfying with non-stop action!