It's a clever way to hide the fact that the iPhone is starting to nose its way into the sticky issue of having a potentially fragmented audience, something that could have serious implications for developers and gamers alike. Army of Two: The 40th Day Technomarine goes out of its way to carry the cooperative experience through all of its competitive multiplayer modes, but thankfully this doesn't mean endless team deathmatches.
Rather, you get your standard multiplayer modes like Control (which is more or less capture the flag) and a special mode called Extraction Extraction mixes elements of Gears of War 2's Horde Mode with Left 4 Dead's constant location changing for a Tissot somewhat different experience than what the default multiplayer modes offer. There is a catch, though Extraction is available exclusively to GameStop any retailer's pre order customers for the first month After 30 days, though, all Army of Two customers will get their shot at the bonus mode
What Is It?Army of Two: The 40th Day is a third person shooter the relies heavily on cooperative play between two people or one person and an AI controller partner EA Montreal Creative Director Alex Hutchinson says that the game is trying to Ulysse Nardin tell a story about saving yourself (and your partner) as opposed to one about saving the world So expect a lot of running and gunning and be prepared for the co op strategies to get more complex. What We SawA flamethrower character was briefly demoed for games journalists