In the end Army of Two left Gamervision feeling a little disappointed. They were so impressed by the level of gameplay that they had experienced in the training portion of the game. It just left them wondering what happened to the rest of the game? Army of Two was an excellent concept for a game, but in the end it fell short of expectations.
The countless programming issues that surrounded both the enemy and friendly AI made the game more of an annoyance than a pleasurable experience. The replay value of the game is extremely low; that is unless you feel the need to get all the achievements in a game. If you are an achievement junkie you'll be required to play through the campaign one or two more times to rack up the rest.