Army of Two has a really good story, but the arcade-shooting gameplay doesn't measure up to the other shooters out there now in Call of Duty 4 and Rainbow Six Vegas 2.
That's the gist of it, but please read my full review of Army of Two here. See if you agree or disagree, and leave comments!
Thanks again to valiant Fortiscule and the stalwart Fartknockker for playing co-op missions with me on Army of Two.
Despite shortcomings in the gameplay, who can resist liking the characters in Army of Two? They sure would make great G.I. Joes. Hasbro and EA should make a deal to make 12-inch action figures of Salem and Rios, since Hasbro is bringing back the 12-inch Joes this fall.
Speaking of G.I. Joes, one of my new compatriots in the Alabama Star Wars Syndicate found a picture of Ray Park (Darth Maul) in his new role as Snake Eyes.
If only Activision would get the video game license and get Infinity Ward to build a G.I. Joe video game on the COD4 chassis. How cool would that be?
I'll be writing my review of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 this week, so stay tuned.