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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 361d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel

One Hit Pixel: "Modern shooters have long planted their roots into the games industry, but sometimes one comes along that is difficult to justify its existence. There have been quite a few, but this current generation brought very early on Army of Two - a largely forgettable game that was catered to “bro culture”. Since it was released so early, it didn’t really have much in the way of competition, thus an equally lackluster sequel, The 40th Day, came not too soon after. Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is the threequel that very few people wanted, but have Visceral Games and EA finally done enough to justify the bro-fist?" (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360) C/A+

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