Army of Two: The 40th Day – Review

Every soldier needs a war-buddy, a brother-in-arms to swap stories and watch his back when the situation gets hot. True camaraderie is an illusion in most shooters. Whether playing with a friend on the second controller or with a squad of chattering A.I.s, the extra firepower is a privilege, not a prerequisite. Army of Two is different, because it is built wholly around cooperative gameplay. Shanghai is in ruins. Full review is after the break: