EA "absolutely" committed to Army of Two IP

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EA "absolutely" committed to Army of Two IP

Postby svd_grasshopper » 16 Dec 2009, 13:17

absolute garbage.

commit to something decent.

like a criteron-built road rash. their bikes in burnout were class.

army of two was dung.
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Postby roland82 » 16 Dec 2009, 13:43

I honestly cant see a reason to play this over Gears of war 2 and Ive already got Gears of war 2.

BTW I was sooo excited for the first one, until I played it that was. Well done to EA for trying with new IP but its a 'no sale' from me.
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Postby Wakacha » 16 Dec 2009, 14:39

According to PSM, AoT2 is a hell of a lot better than the first. So now I'm more likely to get it, the demo will be my confirmation on when I'll be picking it up.
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Postby gogo65uk » 16 Dec 2009, 16:02

I enjoyed army of 2 problem was if you played online with random people some would end up shooting you or always bugging you. With a mate it was really good. I can't wait for the second. I think in a way army of 2 is a multi platform gears of war same as dante's inferno is a multi platform god of war kudos for EA really. I own both machines so its not an issue but a fanboy with just the 1 of either would benefit.
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