TVGB writes: "It was impossible not to be skeptical going into this one. Army of Two is still a relatively new franchise that has a lot of promise but still a lot to prove. It's established itself as one of the stronger entries in the co-op multiplayer arena, taking on the likes of games like Gears of War or Left 4 Dead with a strong presence. Of course there would be a sequel, and of course there are high hopes that the tag team dynamics will be even better and get even more people excited, myself among them. But what doesn't seem so obvious is that the sequel is packing in a pretty damned heavy dose of competitive multiplayer modes. Not content to just offer two friends some missions with a little dynamic combat, and not satisfied with the offerings in the first game, this one is coming loaded with ways to squash competition and triumph in ways only competitive multiplayer action can."