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Submitted by jasona1980 824d ago | review

Army of TWO: The Devils Cartel Review (ThisisXbox)

ThisisXbox: "Whilst Army of TWO: The Devils Cartel is heavy on the action and shared team efforts between you and your co-op buddy albeit over LIVE or using the AI alternative in Solo, it doesn’t seem to be anything more than just a shared shooter experience that you’ll likely forget soon enough, or just want to complete for the Achievements. No interesting plot lines, lack of witty team banter or dialogue of interest and nothing in particular to keep you hooked. It’s only selling point in entertainment value is that you don’t have to play it alone and you get to use a variety of guns – but all you really need is an assault rifle with a few enhancements to carry you through. Whilst it’s obvious flaws, screen tears and buggy AI are not all that intimidating to the experience, it makes you wonder how this passed testing at all!" (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, Xbox 360) 7/10

adarker  +   823d ago
This series has potential but it never seems to fully hit the mark.
jasona1980  +   823d ago
I actually think some online multiplayer modes in this would have really worked well. The campaign is not all that bad, but a few online game modes could have really improved this.

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