Gamedaily writes: We've got enough experience with mercenary/military action games to make us think we're enlisted in the service. However, like any good dessert, there's always room for more, and Army of Two more than satisfies. Electronic Arts put together a finely tuned action opus, one that serves genuine purpose when to comes to team empowerment.
Visually, Army of Two scores with outstanding details. The soldiers look very intimidating with their custom mercenary gear (we love those skull helmets) and plenty of slick moves, such as the cover slide. The levels are great, varying in locale and providing lots of cover points and stuff to blow up. You'll love taking a ride on the aircraft carrier, with waves so realistic you may actually feel seasick. The display darkens a little bit quickly if you take too much damage, but it gives you this creepy feeling that you're seriously about to die, unless your partner can pull you out of harm's way. Overall, this is a marvelous looking game.
Then there's audio, which is in a league by itself. The music is decent, consisting of battle themes that are nowhere near as irritating as the rock tune in the recent TV ad. However, the voice work really shines, aggressive and humorous at the same time.