Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel
About the Game:
Initial release date: March 26, 2013
Series: Army of Two
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genre: Third-person shooter
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Developers: EA Montreal, Visceral Games
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Game Review:
Army of Two is offered a new start in a third component that decides to change … not much outside of his two heroes. Lost in a mass of more compelling shooters, The Cartel Devil is struggling to escape the “middle area”, where the lose games not really bad, but so quickly forgotten.
Forget Rios and Salem, the duo being pipped at the post by two new mercenaries cleverly named Alpha and Bravo, two generic names which unfortunately foreshadow the rest of the game and do not really help to get excited about the future of those brave fellows with a sharp tongue and sharp rhetoric based on “that’s what your mother told me.” and other “What is the number your sister?”. Leading player in the darkest corners of Mexico and its capital, this third part confronts the duo of mercenaries in a vile drug cartel, all on kidnapping background, bridesmaid vengeful and big nasty villain. Rather awkwardly, the plot reveals quickly be only a pretext a bit light for action. Full of clichés and commonplaces of the low-end action movie, the scenario is not likely to keep you awake at night.
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