Army of Two: The 40th Day Screenshots and Images - PSP

Game Description:The teamwork based shooter returns, with a vengeance. Army of Two: The 40th Day drops the players into the city of Shanghai, when it is under attack by an unknown force. Luckily Rios and Salem are in the right place at the wrong time. Players work together to defeat enemies and solve puzzles as they make their way through the disaster to uncover who, or what, is behind it. Save yourselves before the entire city is lost. The hand-held version of the game features top-down, swivel-style gameplay, as well as a full cover system and plenty of co-op goodness.
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