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Army of Two Member Review for the Xbox360

By:
sTrAyR33pEr
03/11/09
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER EA Montreal 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language

What do these ratings mean?

well, to get things started, i thought it was a great game besides the facts the it was extremely short, the bots idiot AI, and the weird camera angles.

the shortness of the game kinda made me sad because when i stared playing i thought it was pretty kickass, but when i figured out after about 3 hours that i was on the last lvl, i thought to my self, i just paid 59.99 for a good 3 hours of gameplay.

the bots AI was the worst thing about the game. for instance i had already beat the game on contractor (medium) and i was working on professional (hard) and i thought that the AI would be better since this was the hardest diffuculty....i was sadly mistaken. apparently trying to program a bot to think wether to get out of the line of fire and heal u or keep trying and have to start over every time he gets shot, is a little to much to ask for.

the camera angles were a little off set of the character, which made it hard for me to get into the game play. the character is a little offset to the left. and when your behind cover and you want to switch sides of the cover your under u have to "jiggle" the crosshairs a little to get the crosshairs on an enemy. but the good thing about the cover system was that its not like gears of war where your magically connected to a wall, u can acutally move when your on cover, which makes it easy to get away if your being flanked by enemy or sumthing of that sort.

but over all the game is great, the character design is wonderful (and murry is hot) :p, it has a wide variety of weapons, and upgrading them becomes an addiction, and all the masks u can buy and equip


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