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I would like to start by thanking Electronic Arts for killing yet another one of my favorite series with more of their greedy corrupt Corporate practices. With that I sadly introduce you to Army of Two The Devil’s Cartel. A game that is being built be an entirely new team with the Visceral logo as a selling point. (He said it first not me.)

Electronic Arts insistence that Army of Two and Army of Two The 40th Day were good games but not great games is their way of saying they didn’t sell well. Personally that didn’t matter as I enjoyed both of the titles despite their flaws.

In a vain attempt to sell more copies they have removed the original team, changed the dynamic of the game to a more serious tone and set it in Mexico for the Cartel Wars, a decision that will likely end as poorly as letting your dog guard your chocolate bar. Seeing how the Cartel Wars in Mexico is a complex and dynamic issue that could fill countless tomes of books it isn’t likely that Electronic Arts will show any respect or any attempt at legitimate research into the subject for the game as already demonstrated by the title.

When the game finally comes out I will save my money and pass on yet another Electronic Arts failure.

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