Stuff: Army of Two Review

On the face of things, Army of Two is a pretty average game, but there is one feature that makes it worth playing with a friend -- and that is the co-operative mode.

In a future where private military corporations rule the battlefield, mercenaries Rios and Salem work for the highest bidder in hot spots such as Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Miami -- and an aircraft carrier.

In co-operative mode, one player takes the role of Rios, the other the role of Salem. Central to Army of Two is the aggro feature, which is where the more havoc a player causes, the more attention they get from the enemy -- to the point of glowing a menacing red.

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jinn3911d ago

im selling my copy today

Gandalf 553898d ago

army of two, it sounds like a gang bang for gay men.