The lights are on
The third iteration of Army of Two comes out on March 26, and the cooperation-based game is full of explosions.
Thrown into Mexico for their next assignment, Alpha and Bravo find themselves pitted against a Mexican drug cartel. As the trailer below shows, chaos, gunfire, and explosions ensue.
The Devil’s Cartel will be available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
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Screw you guys.
I'm curious to see how Tomb Raider sells...anyways on topic that preview/interview over at rev3games was terrible, the dev didn't know how to explain his own game... I played the first one I think, it was alright.
Do we know if Viseral Montreal is still working on the game? Or has the remaining parts outsourced to various studios to finish the job because of layoffs?
"I think i chipped a tooth" LMAO.
This looks awesome! I just picked up the second part the other day and i have yet to play it, i must now.
This is the Bro Fest that cost a whole team to be laid off?
That guys with the red wolf like mask looks like a friggin boss!
Wanna bet it's Salem?
This one looks better than the previous one.
I've played the demos of the first and second ones, and never thought they were too interesting. The notion of having a purely-coop experience is a good one though. Too bad neither of the previous titles really had interesting story archs or coop gameplay to offer.
Still might play it since there really isn't anything that great in the Split screen realm coming out.
Not sure how mediocre games like these continue to get made, but amazing games are stalling out left and right. Maybe these sell well. You'd think that would be a sign to make more couch co-op games, not continue an average-at-best shooter series.
well. that was noisy.
Looks like it could be fun. I might get it when it's cheaper in the dry summer.