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Army Of Two: The Devils Cartel Lacks Personality

Gamer Euphoria writes:

''The Army of Two: Devils Cartel demo has seemingly confirmed what I was worried about. Sure the franchise has never really been all that great, but it has been a ton of fun to blast through with a friend. There was plenty of things that Army of Two & the 40th Day didn’t do all that well. In both games, a lot of the levels tended to be rather generic and lacked any real creativity. The enemy AI was pretty poor, borderline stupid at times, and the stories always tended be to lame…in a charming way. Even with their flaws, both games were enjoyable and allowed friends just to have some dumb fun. The cheesiness of the dialogue between Salem and Rios also produced a few guilty laughs, this added nicely to the tone of both games.''

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SOD_Delta1233d ago

I enjoyed the demo. Couch co-op games are rare these day. I had my doubt about Devils Cartel, but it still has the over the top co-op fun the previous entries did. I'll be buying this right along Bioshock Infinite.

stone_cold1233d ago

personally,the demo was great, we need more games like this one

GamerEuphoria1233d ago

There's plenty of games like it in your local game store, in the pre owned section

MilkMan1233d ago (Edited 1233d ago )

I'll have to agree with author there. I like Salem and Rios. These guys are generic dude 1 and generic dude 2.
The action was OK, but Dead Space 3, Tomb Raide (new) and Resident Evil 6 had better set pieces and action moments than this.
I guess if there was nothing to play and the game was $20 bucks I could see myself playing it. It was on top of my list, and I am a big fan of Frostbyte 2.0 but this demo was underwhelming.

GamerEuphoria1233d ago

It plays well enough, I agree with you in terms of picking it up during a slow period