Publisher Electronic Arts busted out with some new screens of their double-up shooter Army of Two, due out for both Xbox 360 and PS3 sometime during 2007. You may recall our fine coverage of this title during E3, where we got a sneak peak at this buddy-mercenary bullet
Next-gen shooter Army of Two's innovative gameplay demands you work in tandem with a fellow mercenary during your bullet-torn adventures, and we've uncovered a dossier of shots that shed light on how this buddy operation will
This fresh footage from Army of Two, EA's teamwork shooter that straps you into the reinforced boots of a Middle East operating mercenary duo, shows us exactly what Marvin Gaye was probably thinking when he penned "It takes two, baby".
Hit the Movies tab above to watch the educational footage, illustrating the co-op gameplay at the heart of the next-gen
If these shots are anything to go by, EA's two-man strategy war sim will get your high-performance console kicking out some seriously detailed characters when it strikes later this year.
As you will have worked out, Army of Two focuses on the strategy behind working co-operatively as part of a two-man team. The main campaign "will throw gamers into hot spots ripped from current day headlines where they will utilize unique two-man strategies and tactics while seamlessly transitioning between
After almost a year of silence EA has finally released a new set of Army of Two screenshots - and is it just us or is it not looking as pretty as it used to?
If you're none the wiser don't let the masks mislead you - this is neither a wrestling game nor a gimp simulator, but a high-action co-op shooter with some particularly impressive set-pieces including a mission which concludes with you running up the side of the a massive, sinking aircraft carrier, dodging jets sliding off the
Sept 19. 2007
The latest trailer of EAs military shooter Army of Two, which will be released for PS3 and 360 on 16 November, opens with footage taken from the 9/11 terror attack, showing smoke bellowing from one of the World Trade Centre towers.
A 2006 press release stated that Army of Two “will throw gamers into hot spots ripped from current day headlines” and having the opening cinematic begin with the events of 9/11, it certainly seems intent on living up to that
EA sends word that its co-op shooter Army of Two will release on November 15 for Xbox 360 and PS3.
The publisher has made bold promises where Army of Two is concerned, such as how the game will "redefine the co-op action/shooter genre".
Gameplay revolves around cooperation between the two protagonists, who are plunged into various hot spots and have to work together to achieve objectives. Naturally you can play it with a pal or AI, or seamlessly interchange between the two.
We're not sure
Wednesday 25 July 2007
We met up with Chris Ferriera, lead designer on EA's forthcoming Xbox 360 shooter Army of Two and had a quick chat with him about the game. So, check out the video below to learn about the game's co-op slant, the aggrometer and why every privatised army troop needs a supply of tampons. Seriously.
Once you've seen the vid (complete with new in-game footage taken at the event) hit this link to read our first hands-on
Wednesday 20 June 2007
Now, we're all up for lightening the serious business of contract killing with a few giggles, but this latest movie of PS3 and Xbox 360 synergistic shooter, Army of Two, makes the game look like a slapstick pantomime performed by out of work wrestlers and scripted by graduates from the Arnold Schwarzenegger School of Comedy. But hey, everyone's funny bone is a different density, so maybe it'll tickle yours - check the footage below and laugh it up.
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EA's Army of Four came a step closer to officially existing this weekend, with one of the game's voice-actors inadvertently outing the game over Twitter...