posted by dallas7370 (RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA) Mar 5, 2010
Member since Feb 2010
in the first one you bought the masks. but now they're free. you can go on the armyoftwo website and make a mask. be careful, your computer might not get all the data to do it though. i made a hello kitty mask. and hellmo. and micky mouse. and a lot more.
rios: mercs, say hello to hello kitty!
merc1: oh sh-
merc2: the scariest thing on earth nooooooooooooo!!!!!!!
It's pretty obvious this game was an after thought to the console game of the same name. It is barely enjoyable and only mildly challenging due to it's clunky game play and awful control layout. The shooting controls are brutal. One must us the shape buttons for directional shooting. Of course, this begs the question, how do I shoot b/w 45 and 90 degrees. Well you really don't and have to rely on the game logic to help you out. Character movement is clunky and slow, making things frustrating about 50 percent of the time. Load times are a bit painful after each death regen. It's also a quick play. So, just as the monotony starts to get to you, the game ends. Not good game.
BUY IT, RENT IT, BURN IT? RENT IT if you're bored and have nothing else to do.
this game. I actually really ended up liking it I didn't at first but the gameplay is actually a really fun portable arcade experience . You can make "Partner Choices" what is best about these are that they are not necessarily one sided and all of them a animated using the Comic Book Style cut-scenes from the Console versions and while it is not the optimal AoT: T40thD experience but it is a fun and engaging game throughout with unlockables that will keep you coming back for more.