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Army of Two Previews - 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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    The Download: Army of Two

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    Adam brings a look at the new content available for Army of Two on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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