When it came time to commission a theme song for upcoming shooter game Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, Electronic Arts wasn’t about to settle for just one big-name artist. No, it had to be Double or Nothing. On this freshly-released cut, producers soFLY & Nius and Oddfellow‘s adrenaline-pumping production backs verses from two of A-Town’s heaviest hitters, Outkast vet Big Boi and Grand Hustle/Atlantic hitmaker B.o.B. The accompanying visuals depict the Southern rhymesayers stepping into the roles of player characters Alpha and Bravo, in between snippets of actual gameplay and cutscene footage. Devils’s Cartel will drop March 26, for Xbox 360 and PS3. Those who pre-order the title at armyoftwo.com will receive General Patton and Bobby Ray as playable bonus characters. If you haven’t made up your mind whether the game is worth a purchase, you can check out the free demo now via PlayStation Store and Xbox Live.
Written by richard on 03/12/13
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Rebel Rock/Grand Hustle/Atlantic
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