Salem and Rios are back, this time they take their destructive exploits to Shanghai to help the city survive from total catastrophe, without causing too much chaos themselves. Using a new engine, new A.I. and sporting a ton of new co-op moves that are both humorous and destructive while making their point, the twosome can be oh so gruesome.
The first Army of Two game was a very addictive, albeit short adventure that was only short on fun for the single player. The only real feature it lacked was more things that you and a friend could do. This has been all but rectified in Army of Two: The 40th Day, well…all but the single player experience, which still is blah comparatively to grabbing a friend and going to town.