Army of Two: The 40th Day might seem like a violent game, but as this multiplayer trailer shows, it's all about caring for your fellow man.
I'm not sure how well I'll be able to handle multiplayer in EA's Army of Two sequel. I prefer online multiplayer shooters where no one realises I am doing horribly until the score board comes up at the end of the round. You know, games like Resistance, where so many people are fighting there's a good chance they won't even have time to see your -1 kills at the end (stupid roofs.)
Being integral to another player's success should definitely give me a chance to showcase my skills. Unfortunately those skills are limited to dying and shouting creative obscenities like "cock doctor".