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army of two:the devil's cartel is a third person shooter. with a story meant to be darker then the other two army of two games. and with the characters and gameplay from the other army of two games. it would seem that this would be one of the better army of two games, but it's not. the story is not as dark as i think it was suppose to be, its more on the level with a cheesy hollywood action movie, and the gameplay is a little rough and may take a bit to get used to. but this does not mean that army of two is not a awesome third person co-op shooter. playing with a friend is a blast. customizing your guns and character works a lot better then the other two games. to make for a fun game to play over a weekend. the story starts off with alpha and bravo working for T.W.O. with the mission of protecting cordova, a goverment official. but when the la guadana drug cartel attacks and separates cordova from alpha and bravo, now its up to them to find and save cordova, and at the same time try to bring down the la guadana cartel and learn the identity of el diablo. while also trying to make it out alive. the gameplay of army of two is a mix of old and new. sometimes it's really tight and works like its suppose to, be other time it's rough and can be really annoying. the cover system is the most difficult to learn. and sometimes you'll be shooting at the some guys head for a bit too long. it seemed to me that it took longer to register then it should. however this is the best army of two game in terms of control. army of two's graphics are the best looking in the series, but at some points the game can look a bit cartoony. at certain moments the enemys look like they are just wooden boards with hands and feet. but for the most part the game looks pretty good. the sound and music in army of two is pretty bad at some parts. like your character will be talking but his lips will not be moving. the music is really anti-climactic for a game that is all about action and explosions and huge setpiece moments. at some moments the sound and music are just really boring, which is a bit of a bummer. overall army of two:the devil's cartel is a really fun co-op game. with the occasional bumps in the road. the sound and music is not as good at it could be, and the graphics can be a bit spotty, but with some solid gameplay and a cheesy story. army of two:the devil's cartel is a blest to play co-op over a weekend.
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