Army of Two game
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  • I love this game since it's first released
  • There are more interesting stuff in this game than Halo according to me

    • by ddacil
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      This game rocks. I love this game since it’s first released. The gameplay, The graphics, The system, The co-op. There are more interesting stuff in this game than Halo according to me.

      The story is quite simple and easy to understand. There are two characters here, Elliott Salem and Tyson Rios. Soldiers that turn into mercenaries.

      Their job


      is simple. Anyone can hore them. But eventually the mission they get involve with are more than just simple mission.

      In the end they are forced to reveal the truth. The story consist of revenge, betrayal, conspiracy and many more. This game is like a movie.

      The gameplay is fun. We can choose to be Salem or Rios.


      • We can do almost everything that a partner will do.

        Such as covering, roll over, drag the injury and a lot of things that is important. The AI in Army of Two is quite dumb. They are like zombies with guns.

        Sometimes they duct and sometimes they charge without thinking. This whole game is meant to be played

        with friends. Army of Two will reveal it’s power if you play it with your friends.

        The graphics side is good. The developer really uses the Xbox360 power. It looks very beautiful visually.

        Army of Two is better to be played with human, not AI. Overall, this game is worth the money. Must have game for Xbox360 owner.




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