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Army Of Two: The 40th Day (2)

Released on 15 January 2010

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

3.0 out of 5 (23 customer reviews) | Write a review

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When a man-made disaster of epic proportions strikes Shanghai, China, Rios and Salem find themselves right in the middle of it all. Fortunately for you, you've got a bigger playbook of features and a new arsenal of co-op moves that either player can perform at any time, opening up fresh strategies and choices for both players. You've also got the tools you need to help the Army Of Two fight and prevail with an incredibly deep, advanced weapon customisation and upgrade system. The game's multiplayer has also been rebuilt from the ground up using proven client-server technology for the best experience possible. The Army Of Two is back and better than ever!
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The Evolution of Co-Op: Army Of Two: The 40th Day has been built from the ground up with a focus on an incredible co-operative experience. The result is a bigger, better, more organic and immersive co-op experience that lets you put your best two-man tactics to use whenever and wherever you want.

    Survive the Disaster: A carefully orchestrated series of mysterious catastrophes is dragging Shanghai, China 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.

      Never-Before-Seen Weapon Customisation: Blaze into battle with more weapons - and even more upgrades per weapon - than in the original game, while the action reaches new levels with strategic gunplay: the weapon you choose and customise defines how you play the game. Will you go for the barely controlled chaos of the aggro focused weapon or design a silent and deadly flanking weapon? The choice is yours!

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (23 reviews)

       Great game a must have

      | | See all emzielmb's reviews (2)

      I was looking for a new game to play and come across amy of 2. I have only play this game online Its really great fun. One great part is when you shot a player down then step on there head wow you have to try it. If you can get this game cheap then its well worth having if you like third person shooters

       Army Of Two: The 40th Day !

      | | See all Spike48's reviews (45)

      This game is very good and fun to play. I have only played it with my brother not with the AI or online yet. The missions are very good and the garphics are great hopefully they make another army of two its a must buy at thice price overall very good game !

       Not that bad really

      | | See all TheHypnoToad's reviews (8)

      This is probably the best example of a Co-op game that you will find on the PS3 to date. Salem and Rios find themselves in Shanghai in the grip of what looks like a terrorist attack and have to find a way out and quickly.

      The Aggro system is still in place and the principle hasn't changed from the 1st game. You attract attention so your partner can slip round the side and shoot someone in the head.

      The graphics are good, the learning curve acceptable and the storyline is well written, for the most part (see gripes below).

      The guns and the customisation opthons for them can best be described as excellent. You can swap out pretty much any part of a gun and add things like scopes, silencers, bigger magazines and bayonets as well as paint them all sorts of pretty colours. Who can honestly say that thet haven't always wanted a Barrett .50 cal sniper rifle covered Leopard print?

      You're also faced with a number of moral dilemmas along the way and get to see the consequences of your actions. Good or Bad. This can have an effect on your partners opinion of you in game and affect the game in the last level. Alternate endings also extend the lifespan of the game quite a bit.

      Gripes. Only a few. Shoot an enemy and a leg can stick through a solid wall and wiggle about like they're having a seizure of some sort. Another gripe is story line based in that the reason for the carnage in Shanghai isn't really explained. Last but not least is one that's often levelled at this type of game, the length, it's a tad short.

      However, even taking these into account, for this price you're not getting robbed at all.

       Such an Improvement

      | | See all JoeyDale's reviews (3)

      Now, the only reason i brought the first title was due to the offline split screen co-op. Since the days of Conflict:Desert Storm on the PS2 (and not the terrible Denied Ops on PS3) me and a friend have enjoyed killing bad guys and pretending to be super stealthy killing machines...

      Now, the first one, i really enjoyed, it had its glitches, bugs and poor design...But i enjoyed the idea and just got through the problems.

      Army Of Two: The 40th Day is one of the most improved games of all time (in my opinion of course...and after Assasins Creed 2). The game handles a lot better, the weapon customization has been overhauled (and who doesnt love impaling Mercs on a screwdriver?!).

      To me this is a fantastic game, whilst there will be some people who dont like it (and there are 7 single player missions which will take about an hour each on the hardest difficulty, and depending on how good you are), but if you have a friend by your side (or over PSN) you will enjoy every last minute of this game.

      Now, as for giving it 4 stars instead of 5...Multiplayer. I never had an preconceptions that the multiplayer was going to blow me away, but, from what i have played of it, it has a long long way to go to be taken seriously.

      So, in a nutshell, this is a much improved game than the original AoT so do not let any negative experiences of that game (floating hovercraft anyone!?) put you off at least renting this game. You wont find a better way to have fun with a friend...no rude jokes please!

       Army of....i cant be bothered

      | | See all lorixosays's reviews (10)

      this game is in a word....rubbish, the story line is bleak, and you dont acctually find out why shanghi gets torn to bits. in all honesty buy this game if its 10 quid

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      Rating18+ (BBFC)