In the event that you want two more hours of TFD's campaign (and a number of new Achievements/Trophies), this clearly fits the bill. For everyone else, Chapters of Deceit has little to offer other than some of the most punitive level and encounter design in a third-person shooter and at least one opportunity to like the titular heroes even less than you did before.
Two additional levels, neither of which make good use of the game's solid co-op skills, may be enough to warrant a "go on then" impulse buy from those fully invested in Rios and Salem's adventures but, like its glistening heroes, this add-on offers more bulk than brains.
Проверенную временем форму — аркадный шутер, два человека против толп врагов — в BuzzMonkey не смогли наполнить толковым содержанием. Герои не настолько харизматичны, чтобы спасти положение, привычное для ArmyofTwo чувство локтя отсутствует, тактика примитивна. Каждое прохождение открывает доступ к новым персонажам, но это ничего принципиально не меняет. Уж лучше «Контру» откопать на антресолях.
I was initially excited about the prospect of a top-down shooter to play on the go, but my excitement quickly turned to disappointment and frustration. EA tries to stuff too many peripheral gameplay components into The 40th Day, which loses focus of the point of the shoot-em-up genre. Coupled with the extremely poor AI, there just really isn't much to recommend about this game.