The link (Games > Army of Two : TDC > Characters) does not work properly.
You need to change it to the actual TDC character page. I would, but I have no clue how to due that.
Thats all :)
For the past week or so, a Wikia contributor from the ip: 22.214.171.124 has been making quite a few pages with little information and no structure to the page, most of the pages made could easily be added to already existing pages.
Is there anything we can do about this? I've edited some of the pages made by putting a notice that the info can be easily added to another.
Here is the contributer with all the pages made by said person.
I put in an application for adoption a little while back and got a response three days ago. Understandably since I haven't been very active as of late, I was not given the rights to the wiki but I did mention a few names and was told to contact those people about a new admin.
What does everybody think about making a fanon section here? I feel like it could spruce things up a bit.
This wiki needs a lot of cleaning up and I was hoping that there are users around that want to do so. There are numerous grammatical and spelling errors and many of the pages are extremely outdated; they're in need of some work.
Also, we should make pages for more characters - such as one for Fiona. Maybe we could get pages up for people like Bradley, Amp, and Pike - they'd be shorter, but could still be well-organized pages.
Please leave anything you have to say in the comments.
Earlier this week, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel was released. A few critics have weighed in with their thoughts about the game. Here are a few snippets from publications on both the Internet and print. Make sure to voice your opinions on the matter below.
- 1 Loved It
- 2 Thought It Was Okay
- 3 Hated It
- 4 Wikian Reviews
The Devil's Cartel, developed by Visceral Games, offers a frenetic, arcade style coop experience. The inclusion of the Frostbite 2 engine takes the destruction to a whole new level, especially when combined with the use of Overkill, an ability that will make you an unstoppable killing machine.
Official Xbox Magazine
Oddly, the improved enemy A.I. actually underscores a troubling issue. Often it simply …
I'm going to go ahead and cut the chase here. I'm sure that this is wasted effort becuase I see that there are very few people that have edited the wiki (seriously) and even fewer that have replied to blog posts. However I'm a huge fan of this series, I love it and I'd hate to see this wiki continue to be so disorganized and go to waist. I mean seriously when I cam here for the first time, I looked at Salem's article and someone had edited that he had 500 brother and sisters, 10000000000000 sons, and that his status was "sucking dick". I go to the Army of Two: Devil's Cartel and go to charaters and it gives me the list from the first Army of Two. I'd like to see some active admins who feel the same way I do and hopefully the creator of thi…
Wikia is currently looking for UK and Ireland based admins and power-users playing EA-titles, who are willing to travel to a community event hosted in the UK around this genre.
Feel free to be surprised ;)
Please write me an email if you are one of the chosen ones ;)
Cheerio Foppes 11:13, January 18, 2013 (UTC)
You can pretty much do whatever you feal like writing here just fallow the rules.
1.no language what so ever
2. try to be on subject of the game
3. I don't care if you hate me or my post. your the one reading it.
If there are any active editors left, please post on this blog.
I'm trying to overhaul the wikia, putting all the old Army of Two stuff into two or three categories, while grouping the Army of Two: The 40th Day stuff into the wider categories.
If anyone can help, I'll let them know what needs to be done.
07:14, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
-- EightOhEight Talk Page
We pre-purchased this game because my son (11) and I spent hours and hours playing the last one (Army of Two). We loved the first game. It was very refreshing to find a game that you can play co-op with another, that is specifically designed for that reason. It is nice to be able to play with my son and interact be involved with something that we both enjoy. That being said...
We have just started 'The 40th Day' and so far we are not impressed! We find that moving around is very clumsy, and lacking the smooth movement that we are accustumed to with the high quality, new age games. Also, you are limited to split screen view. Not like the last game where you have the split screen 'Top to Bottom", now it is 'Side to Side'. It's hard to g…