Articles tagged with: Army of Two
Were you one of the people that loved Army of Two and Army of Two: The 40th Day? Do you want more Army of Two? Well you’re in luck you crazy kook, as Army of Two: The …
EA has released the first trailer for upcoming third-person shooter Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel and, this is a total shot in the dark, it would seem as if something has gone terribly wrong in Mexico.
EA have kept the Army of Two series under wraps since it’s last game, The 40th Day, was released in early 2010 but have today announced that fans will see another game, The Devil’s Cartel, as EA are aiming for it to be on store shelves by March 2013.
Visceral Games, developers of the Dead Space and Dante’s Inferno series’, will be bringing us the game and have taken over from EA Montreal creating it. We have faith that Visceral Games will put a fresh, unique take on it and that it will stand up against the ever-growing list of games coming out early next year.
As games are an interactive medium, they have the potential to offer a fluid ever-altering experience. However, developers have traditionally had difficulty bringing this type of thinking to fruition and as a result we have all grown up playing mostly linear games. Thankfully there are several pioneers within the gaming world who want to break games free from the shackles of linearity.
One approach which has proven popular is the inclusion of morality systems, giving the gamer the freedom to be as good or bad as they like with their decisions affecting the paths they will take.
In this feature we will discuss why morality systems are used and consider what role they will play in the future.
The French wing of Eurogamer have snagged a sparkling new video of some Army of Two: The 40th Day co-op footage we thought we’d bring to your attention.
The video presents both protagonists doing their thing while highlighting a new gameplay aspect found in the upcoming sequel: bitching about what to do before ultimately shooting somebody.
Woah, what happened to all the fist-bumping and overt displays of non-homosexual man-love?
If watching the new Army of Two: 40th Day trailer is anything to go by it appears that bromance is out and cataclysmic terrorism is very much in.
But don’t take our word for it …
Though not as funny as when a real-life* mercenary turned up at Pandemic and practically destroyed the place, it appears EA received a similar testosterone fuelled visit when the boys from Army of Two dropped by to check out civilian life.
Watch as the two biggest fist-pumpin’ proponents of the bromance phenomenon play some pool, check out the latest build of 40th Day and do things to a printer we’ve all fantasised about. And no, we’re not referring to the copying of one’s ass part. It’s not a fantasy if it actually happened, now is it?
June 2009 marks a historic moment for PS3 Attitude. It was the first of what we hope to be many E3’s to be covered live from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Over the course of four days, we would cover three different press conferences, multiple booth tours and live demos, and who know’s how many crossings from the South Hall to the West Hall, not to mention the meeting rooms upstairs. There were both ups and downs, good games and bad, but overall, it was an experience like no other.
Join us as we recap some of our favorite (and least favorite) moments of E3 2009 along with some never before seen pictures taken by yours truly…
We are liking this Army of Two trailer. Anarchy? Chaos? Civil unrest? Throwing people off a building that may or may not look like the Attitude Towers after a New Year party? Petting zoos!? Sing us up!
Ever since the shut down of Michael Jackson’s Neverland zoo we have been on the market for a substitute. Do we have a winner?
According to what Frank Gibeau, President of EA and Glenn Schofield, General Manager of EA Redwood Shores stated in their interview to Variety, EA’s latest IPs will be followed by sequels. More specifically, the sequels of Bad Company and Army of Two are on the way!
“Bad Company has come out and done very well. “Army of Two sold very well. We’ve got sequel ideas planned for those”, stated Gibeau.