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Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel drops to $43

Only two weeks old, the price fell $17 today at Groupon

Apr 10 2013, 2:49pm CDT | by

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel drops to $43
 
 

Only two weeks after its release Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel dropped $17 today at Groupon from $60 to $42.99. All other online retailers are charging near or at the full MSRP.

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (Xbox 360, PS3) — $42.99 at Groupon. List is $60.

Great co-op experiences and customization clash with lack of originality generating polar opposite reactions - you either love it or hate it. This is evidenced by review results. The Metacritic score is 55/100 with 30 of 38 "experts" giving an in-the-middle score of 50 or 60. On the flip side the "everyman" user score is 6.3/10 with 21 positive reviews (7-10) and 5 negative (0-4). Amazon customers rating is 4.4/5.

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John Smith is a Black Friday veteran of many years. Hunting deals is his passion. He is scouting online stores for I4U News to find the best deals for I4U News. He also uses the services of our partner Dealzon to bring You even more deals.

 

 

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