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Army of Two Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:For the first time in a shooter, the game no longer has a Co-op Mode - Co-op is the game. Whether with a friend or a tactical AI partner, you will never be alone, and all your strategies will focus on a two-man fire team. Take advantage of customizable weapons, vehicles, and tactical shooting techniques like giving cover. Snipe or parachute as a team, share weapons and equipment, and defeat your enemies as you complete your mission. Fight your way through war, turmoil, and a conspiracy on a global scale. Your AI partner will adapt to your play style, learning from you as you become a better fighter, taking the lead or giving cover, pushing strategies or taking orders.
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  • New 'Army of Two' Multiplayer Trailer

    Watch Larger Version of this Video "Make money online...with extreme prejudice" may be the best new catchphrase in gaming. Seriously, that's hardcore. The latest Army of Two trailer shows off some multiplayer gameplay and what it's like to take the fight to the internet. There's definitely no absence of bullets; in fact, the...

    Posted February 5, 2008| 14 Comments

    New 'Army of Two' Multiplayer Trailer
  • X-Play Gaming Update 03.31.08

    Posted: March 31, 2008

    3,344 Views | 01:56

  • Trailer: Army of Two

    Posted: March 5, 2008

    3,081 Views | 01:02

  • Trailer: Army of Two - Multiplayer Mode

    Posted: March 5, 2008

    1,412 Views | 01:19

  • Trailer: Army of Two - Security and Strategy

    Posted: March 5, 2008

    1,338 Views | 01:16

  • Trailer: Army of Two - Mission accepted

    Posted: March 5, 2008

    1,737 Views | 02:07

 


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