The two player cooperative mode is much better than the one player version. With the one player mode, you can get overwhelmed by the manhunters in spots and it is harder to divide your attention to complete missions. With two players, your partner can keep the manhunters at bay while you complete the mission priorities. I find this game's cooperative mode to be one of the better ones, as you don't fight over power-ups or anything like that, but truly compliment each other to make it much farther in the game.
The graphics are good, especially as you move between missions and the game play isn't just button mashing. Pay attention to the sequence hints to bring down the bigger manhunters.
posted by jessericheson (BRADENTON, FL) Aug 30, 2012
Member since Jun 2012
While the game reflects some of the characteristics of the god of war saga style, the gameplay is continuously slowed down by the cutscenes, or in any instance the characters are talking, your slowed down and barely move. When playing in the the two-player mode, which is coupled into the campaign, the second players selections and progressive upgrades aren't saved. And when you starrt playing again the second player has to rely on the first players previous settings.