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OXM: Army Of Two Review

OXM writes: "An Army of One" was a recruiting slogan for the US military for many years. That was until someone suggested it was contrary to the idea of teamwork. I guess either they missed the point, or it was just too hard to credit people with a little intelligence.

While Army of Two falls short of insulting your intelligence, it's also one of the most laughably adolescent depictions of war you're likely to experience. Rios and Salem are heroes so faceless that it doesn't matter that they wear iron masks throughout the game. And when you throw in a seemingly endless number of cookie-cutter Iraqi and Somali insurgents who can't wait to throw themselves into the meat-grinder, the game is at risk of leaving a bit of a bad taste.

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LastDance3513d ago (Edited 3513d ago )

all the big websites are giving it pretty high scores and all the lesser websites seem to give it 7s

hmmm..

Scerick3513d ago

I think this game is a blast. As long as you have someone to play with of course :D.

Wotbot3513d ago

agree, the game is great.

I would give it a good 8.5.

GETPWNZORED3513d ago

""An Army of One" was a recruiting slogan for the US military for many years. That was until someone suggested it was contrary to the idea of teamwork. I guess either they missed the point, or it was just too hard to credit people with a little intelligence."

---LMFAO. It's so true. Well, what do you expect from US military propaganda pigs? INTELLIGENCE? Not likely...

DragonKnight3512d ago

You know, this one?

"Halo 3 is a youth conditioning vehicle commissioned by the US Military Complex in exchange for allowing Bill Gates and Microsoft to walk away from Monopoly charges."

GETPWNZORED3512d ago

Uhhh, that's your GT tag? I must have missed it. Unless you mean from within the forum I am banned from....

But yes, it is true. You can't even turn on your 360 without seeing these f*cking Halo ads...and get this...."sponsored by GOARMY.com" I kid you not. I called this years ago. RIGHT after Halo 2 came out and I played it high. the same way I figured-out the US government planned 9/11 and that there was this "illuminati" Elite out there. Same god damn way. I called it, and I'm proud of it. The Elite commissioned/took-over Bungie at one point or another and turned Halo into the biggest game on Earth. And all it comes down to is being exactly what you said.

It was so easy to see after just playing Halo 2 single player under an expanded mental awareness. It was just so obvious. And look, I was right, as usual. I hate being right...

Remember, "Halo 3 sponsored by GOARMY.com" LOLLOLOL. I couldn't make this up if I tried.