Submitted by Lavalamp 937d ago | review

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel Review | The Gamers' Temple

The Gamers' Temple: "Devil's Cartel doesn't provide anything new to the series - or improve on it either - but if you are a diehard Army of Two fan and want to keep up with Sam, Rios, and the new recruits' story I don't think you will be disappointed. There are a few plot changes that keep you on your toes, but they can sometimes be predictable. Nonetheless I kept finding myself plowing forward wondering what kind of environment the game would provide for me to lay waste to next. For those of you not familiar with the series it may feel like you are missing a piece of the puzzle, but the fast-paced, non-stop action will at least keep you entertained through to the end. Overall the game is rather short with about a maximum of eight hours to complete the campaign. After the fact you unlock an insane mode; however, other than that there is not much to leave you wanting to come back for more. Rent it and spend an afternoon with a buddy blowing up the Cartel and then move on." (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360) 62/100

r3f1cul  +   937d ago
that seems a bit low to me... i just played the demo and i wanted to pick it up seemed like a step in the right direction was really solid IMO... ohh well to each their own i suppose

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