Nidzumi writes: "In March 2008, Army of Two came onto the scene to, quite frankly very mixed reviews. Starring a larger than life pair of wise cracking Private Military Contractors, the focus of the game was very much on cooperative game-play and gun customisation. As the Army of Two, you traversed the world in search of money to upgrade your large arsenal of weapons and engage in an anti-terrorist plot full of conspiracy. With it's over-the-top action, bravado and bromance some people loved it while others just plain hated it. Fortunately I was one those who loved the camaraderie and action cilchés – so that's why The 40th Day was ultimately a let-down."