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Army of Two: The 40th Day for PS3
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    2010-03-03

    Table of Contents:
  • Army of Two: The 40th Day for PS3
  • Cooperative Play
  • AI and Realism
  • Weapons and Graphics

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    Army of Two: The 40th Day for PS3 - Weapons and Graphics


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    Speaking of weapons, they add a creative element to the game. You can customize your weapons in terms of their parts, such as the barrel, scope, suppressor, and more. You can even paint your weapons, which will affect the Aggro system as well. If you go for a camouflage look, you have more stealth power. If you opt for a flashy gold-plated weapon, your enemies will focus on you a lot more.

    This mixing and matching to create your own distinct weapon kills some time and helps you feel more immersed in the game. The only down side to the weapons in The 40 th Day is that you are limited to pistols as secondary weapons, where being able to carry around an extra machine gun or shotgun would have been a lot more interesting. Other than customizing your weapons, you can also choose different masks and armor for your characters.

    The look of The 40 th Day is as impressive as its gameplay. You are limited to Shanghai in terms of the city, but there are plenty of different environments to keep you visually stimulated. The ruined city adds some darkness to the overall theme, and buildings crumble around you realistically.

    The animations are very cool and realistic as well, in addition to the improved character models. You can watch Salem and Rios fool around in comical fashion by slapping each other or even playing rock, paper, scissors in the heat of battle, or you can view more gory things such as jamming a shotgun's bayonet through an enemy's body. Sound is equally good, with life-like sound effects and explosions that make you feel like you are in the middle of a living hell. Dialog between the tandem also adds some comedy relief at times.

    Besides the single player and co-op modes, there is a multi-player mode that adds to the game's value. You can't bring any of your custom weapons into play, but you can create your own logo to showcase your style to others. There are four multi-player modes in all, which include Co-op Deathmatch, Control, Warzone, and Extraction.

    Multi-player stresses cooperative play, and you can work with your partners to help heal each other when necessary as well as to attack your enemies. Multi-player is very fun and engaging, and the only real issue is that lag can appear from time to time.

    If you are looking for high octane action, Army of Two: The 40 th Day is hard to beat. Multi-player is excellent, and the co-op elements of the game make it a great choice to play with friends. The look and sound are solid too, and the added quirks from the game's characters add even more entertainment value to the title.


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