Hardcore Gamer: Army of Two: The 40th Day Review

The underlying game mechanics are the same from the original; only almost all of them have seen some love to improve them. Since the entire game can be played co-op either with a human partner or with an AI one the biggest mechanic is the aggro meter, which simply measures how pissed off the enemy is against Rios or Salem. Using large, gold-plated weapons with muzzle enhancers will surely get their attention, whereas using compact SMGs painted camouflage with silencers hardly generates any when fired. The end result of this is that the more aggro one of the pair has the more likely they are to draw enemy fire, leaving the other to cause havoc in flanking the enemy or even running right up to them and stabbing them with a bayonet.

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