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Submitted by azzronulation 746d ago | review

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Review - n3rdabl3

The game play is like you’d expect in an Army of Two game, fun. It’s not completely flawless, with bugs around pretty much every corner, but ultimately you don’t buy and play a game like The Devils Cartel to fuss about those sorts of things. You buy it to have fun. The whole aim of this game is not to demonstrate military precision, to illustrate the life of a PMC or to content with the giants like Battlefield or Call of Duty. The only thing the game tries to do is give you a fulfilling, bloody and action packed experience which you can either do alone, with a friend on split screen or online with a stranger. (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 85/100

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