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Amy ov Too

This isn't really our business, I know. Army of Two? PS3/X360 shooter (for now, at least). We're a PC blog and all. But we were given the heads up on this from an inchoately furious PC Developer, so it falls within our remit. We need to keep these men calm, if only so they can concentrate on making us games for us to write about. Anyway, consider this a little public memo to whoever in EA's marketing team is dealing with Army of Two. You probably should have paid a little more attention to your recently released set of trailers.

The evidence:

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Thanks Gametrailers!

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Thanks Gametrailers!

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Thanks Gametrailers! And again, for the next one.

Note the Tagline: "Combat. Comaraderie. Cash."

Comaraderie isn't a word.

Now, you could make a stretch they were going for some fancy neologism, but the trailer released the week before...

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Has it right.

I know RPS probably shouldn't criticise people for an error in spelling, but we're drunk all the time and whoever signed off on this probably doesn't have that excuse. Alternatively, maybe EA believe they're actually mighty enough to reshape the English tongue in their own image. We just don't know any better because we went to school inside a tramp.

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