BackgroundThe ultimate two-man private military team of Salem and Rios return in this epic sequel where they must survive and prevail in a city under siege.
When a disaster of epic proportions strikes Shanghai, China, Rios and Salem find themselves right in the middle of it all the wrong place, the wrong time, but the right team. A carefully orchestrated series of mysterious catastrophes is dragging Shanghai to the brink of ruin, and now the Army of Two must fight their way through ravaged city districts as they try to beat the odds and uncover the secret of the 40th Day.
FeaturesArmy of Two: The 40th Day features a bigger playbook of new co-op moves that either player can use at any time, opening up new strategies and countless choices for both players. The result is a bigger, better, more organic and immersive co-op experience that lets gamers put their best two-man tactics to use whenever and wherever they want.
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If there were an award for corporation with best sense of humour, our vote would have to go to Electronic Arts,... posted Jan 18, 10 11:46pm
Received a UPS package today. It was a box, and I tried shaking it to see what was inside. Had a suspicion the sender was PR, but I didn't recognize her name. Imagine my surprise when inside was a special package that included Mass Effect 2!
The game comes out January 29, with the embargo on reviews lifted three days prior, on January 26. I have waited years for this game, so after spending several minutes running laps around the house, swinging my dog around like an infant, hyperventilating, and just getting it out of my system, I sat down and continued my Army of Two: The 40th Day review.
Great game so far, but I suddenly hate it for standing in the way of my true love, Mass Effect 2. Well, if all goes according to planned, the Army of Two review will be out tomorrow, Saturday, and I will dedicate my life to reviewing BioWare's masterpiece.
If it winds up disappointing me, my life is over.
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The sequel to 2008's borderline bromantic shooter Army of Two is out now (our review is coming up), so... posted Jan 14, 10 6:10pm
Okay people, been a while since I updated, but I've noted before I'm no good at keeping blogs. Was pretty excited for them back in middle/high school, and I'm no longer in either of those. Besides, it's all about friggin' Twitter now.
Anyway, if you haven't already noticed, our front page is exploding with content. I know you anime-philes dig Nexon, so you should check out our Q&A for their Bomberman-esque game PopTag! (already out in Korea) coming to North America soon... if you haven't already. CLICK HERE!
For "core" gamers, our Mass Effect 2 exclusive interview Q&A thing with project director Casey Hudson was posted last night. Looks like those who responded to it on various forums are most interested in the prospect of more love interests. Likely more alien options this time, SWEET.
LINK: Mass Effect 2 Interview: Beyond Space
Aaand I just published our Darksiders review a little bit ago. Yes, I know it's late, but it's totally THQ's PR's fault. Bah, I'm sure none of you want to hear about the nastiness of industry relations, so I'll just give you the link and say that it was a great game. I'd play more, but I've got to review Army of Two: The 40th Day. Before that, gonna get some sleep and prepare for a phone (group) interview with the Dante's Inferno producer and a bunch of other journalist-type people. Hope that goes smoothly...
Er, Darksiders review GET!
LINK: Darksiders (Xbox 360) Review
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Well, Army of Two: The 40th Day is coming pretty soon. So in celebration, and as a holiday treat, EA released a... posted Dec 24, 09 9:16pm
Running out of co-op games to share with your buddies? Fear not, for EA is releasing the Army of Two: The 40th... posted Dec 14, 09 9:38pm
- Genre: Action Shooter
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: EA Montreal
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
Released North America Jan 12, 2010 Europe Jan 15, 2010 Australia Jan 14, 2010