CN: "The original Army of Two stuck out from the rest of the generic, third-person shooters saturating the market at the time with its unique emphasis on cooperation. However, there were just too many flaws with it that kept the game from achieving the kind of critical acclaim that its innovative premise seemed to warrant. Army of Two: The 40th Day not only fixes most of the problems that it predecessor had, but it expands on virtually every gameplay mechanic as well. The teamwork is more smooth and natural, the AI is more intelligent, guns are more customizable, and the adrenaline pumping shootouts are just as wild and fierce as ever.
The 40th Day is damn fun provided that you have a buddy to play with and you're willing to zone out while letting the cacophony of chaotic gunfights and sporadic explosions beat your brain into blissful oblivion. If Army of Two: The 40th Day is any indication of how the rest of the year will turn out, 2010 is going to be one hell of a year. "