The game is great playing solo, but the Co-Op is better than ever. I am glad to see a game that final put two player Co-Op back on the map.
I played the solo on regular(normal) and it was awesome. It took awhile to get the hang of controlling your partner, but after that the fight was on.
Wish there were more guns to customize but as far as the game play, it was awesome. This game is a must own.
EA did a great job with this. Yes, it's different than the first, but isn't that the point. The expanded weapons customization feature is very cool, and accessable at any time while not in battle, which is very convenient. The graphics look terrific, the high action game play is really nice and challenging enough to still be fun without becoming fustrating. Vertical split screen takes a little getting used to but is actually kinda nice once you get used to it. I do miss the overkill mode, but the aggro is basically still the same. The online play is a lot of fun despite the occasional lag time that you may or may not have depending on the strength of your network. Lots of different game types on there and cutomizing your own mask is super cool. It may take some getting used to, but if you're playing with the same person you played the first game with and you work as a team, you will be successful. Overall a really great game and I couldn't be happier.
posted by tyfyv24552 (LAND O LAKES, FL) Jan 21, 2010
Member since May 2009
this game has some fun with a buddy and the weapon upgrade system is deep but the story mode is only about 6 hours long but the game has pretty good replay value like you might to go back and get more money to upgrade your stuff more and there are some parts of the game where you to choose a good or bad thing the multiplayer is pretty fun but is kinda laggy overall you might have a good time with this game even tho its far from prefect.
Just what's going on in Shanghai? Planes are crashing, bombs are going off, buildings are toppling into each other, and squads of soldiers are roaming the streets shooting everyone in sight. Such is the predicament that Salem and Rios find themselves in EA's new shooter "Army of Two:40th Day". This is a much improved sequel over the original game, tightening up the shooting mechanics and upping the intelligence of the AI (both your partner's, if you're a solo player, and that of your enemies). Graphics have also been given an overhaul, with some nice particle effects. There are still some problems, however. Even though the enemies will behave smarter at times than their counterparts in the previous game, they still lapse into stupidity, sometimes not shooting until you shoot them first. There is the occassional slowdown, and the controls slip here and there (sprinting, while helpful, can be clumsy). Sound is good, and the voice acting is decent. The story's thin, but this is a game you play to shoot things, not get an Oscar winning screenplay. There are even some moral choices to be made at points in the game, and they provide a nice touch. The overall campaign for single player (or splitscreen co-op, if you choose) is very short- its seven chapters clock in at 5-7 hours. While there is some replayability with the co-op, multiplayer, and even making the alternate moral choices, there's just not enough here to warrant the full purchase price. Still, it's a decent shooter, a fair amount of fun, and worth playing. It's just better as a rental.
me and my friend played the whole game on hard to get the trophy and when we beat it we didnt even get the one for beating it on any difficulty, later we replayed the game on easy to get sum trophies dun and it the hard trophy popped up at the end of ch 3????!!!!
Guns are wierd too
AK with a m4 barrel and a sniper scope with a soda can silencer