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Submitted by militissanctus 598d ago | review

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel Review [Capsule Computers]

Editor Joe Morgan writes,

"The Army of Two franchise has been around since 2008. Now, five years after the release of the original cooperative fist-pounding slaughterfest, the folks at Visceral Games and Electronic Arts have offered up another game for tag teams everywhere to sit down and enjoy. How does their newest franchise game, subtitled The Devil’s Cartel handle itself? Is it worth a fist bump or should it spend eternity with El Diablo? Let’s find out." (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

masterabbott  +   598d ago
Very good read. I wasnt a big fan of the first Army Of Two looks like this one isn't any better. I'll pass on this one.
Ryder49  +   598d ago
The first Army of Two was a lot of fun to play with a friend. It was only about a 7 too but I had heaps of fun with it.

This looks to continue that same sort stupid fun and I think games like Saints Row have proved that there's certainly room for them.

Don't go looking for a deep story or compelling characters, but rather get swept up in the true "Bro" series that Army of Two is.
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T3MPL3TON  +   598d ago
I agree. These games are made for bro-op. Nothing more. They a made for you to sit down turn your brain off and just enjoy shooting things.
ZacE  +   598d ago
Everything I have heard, read and seen about this one is that it's awful. I think a 7 may even be generous. Of course, when playing co-op, tolerance for mediocrity raises. It's always more fun.

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