When it comes to the get down, and dirty mischievousness of Army of Two there are distinct differences in both X box 360 games. While many say that Army of Two the 40th day the second version is better in graphics it doesn’t share the heightened fascination of upgrading the weapons as the first one did.
The Army of Two shared upgrades both on the guns as well as the ammo. This helped the player have better artillery to work with. And while the arsenal in Army of Two the 40th day was hype it didn’t share that extra oomph that the first one did when it comes to artillery.
If you are not so good when it comes to blood and gore than this is probably not the game for you. Filled with more blood and gore the 40th day shares superb graphics that will make the faint of heart quiver. The pure mayhem behind these graphics are a chilling upgrade to an already violent game that eases the stress of thrill seekers everywhere.
Additional upgrades to the game include giving you choices that were not on the first installment. Like the moral factor and wrong or right scenarios. These scenarios involve choosing or not choosing to save the screaming hostage before you. And gaining points if they are taken to safety.
Additional graphics include more fluent movements, and a more linear transition from one board to another. The intelligence levels of the characters on the game give you a run for your money. While other games present you with repetitive actions allowing you to adjust to what will happen, the characters of Army of Two change their scenarios as you change your course. Not allowing you to get to know their patterns.
While the second game has a lot to offer the average gamer some are disappointed by the artillery upgrades in the second edition. There is hope that the third installment will become even more realistic and share extended missions to heighten the purpose in each board. Definite continuation on the AI intelligence levels in the third game. As We all look forward to Army of Two 3, we hope that the blood and gore continues while it offers us more in the range of fire power. The game in all is one that you would be foolish not to play, but if blood is not your thing skipping this one would be a smart idea.