"When I think of an Army of Two game, I am not necessarily thinking of some great gaming masterpiece put together by the gods of the third person shooter. In fact, it is much more likely that I am thinking of a less than serious brofest through enemy territory with a huge amount of unlockable and upgradable guns and some really fun co-operative play. So it is fair to say that when I started to play The Devil's Cartel, that was what I was expecting to get.
Unfortunately, this game did not really feel like an Army of Two game to me at all, in fact it felt like but a shadowy imitation of the very fun shooter that used to bear that name. Sure there was co-operative play, and sure there were some guns that you could upgrade, but the game felt like a pale image of what it used to be and that makes me sad, as I had a whole hell of a lot of fun playing those games with my friends."