It’s pretty obvious just by reading the title that Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is meant to be played with a friend. You and your friend (or AI partner if you decide to go about this game alone) will work your way through each scenario, for the most part, together, and that’s the best part about this game. Playing with a friend is enjoyable; figuring out who is going to draw fire and who is going to flank (as well as why one of you keeps dying) can result in some heated argument. This all adds up nicely on paper and should result in a good game. Unfortunately, The Devil’s Cartel falls flat in some other key areas.