Worth Playing: "The best thing that can be said about Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is that it is competent. The shooting is fine thanks to some good partner AI, and the destruction looks good. The bland characters and presentation are some things you can easily overlook, but the same can't be said for the regression in the cover system and co-op mechanics, both of which stop at the bare minimum. With those hooks failing to be executed properly, it is difficult to recommend this as a purchase even to those who are big fans of the series or genre. If you haven't had the chance to play the first two games, do that instead. If you've already gone through those titles, rent this if you feel like blowing through something disposable for an afternoon."