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Submitted by pierce 419d ago | preview

Preview - Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel

Action movies tend to be frowned upon these days. You know the ones, where the main character is a ruthless, good-looking killer who can seemingly get himself out of any deadly situation, defeat hundreds of bad guys and still make it back in time for dinner with that hot girl from the start of the film. Most of them offer no interesting plot, two-dimensional characters and just enough loud noises to make sure you don't fall asleep halfway through. But sometimes, simple yet exciting action movies that don't demand too much from you are what's needed to unwind after a long day. The videogame equivalent of that action movie guilty pleasure? There are a few, but Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel seems to fit the bill more than most. (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360)

ZainabSaccal  +   420d ago
Such a generic game!! It is very boring... It is about time they come up with something original.

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