Which, if we're reading 1UP's interview
with executive producer Alan Tuscan correctly, is to "add the polish." They must be having a devil of a time finding a translator, eh?
, folks, Army of Two
has been delayed until the first quarter of 2008. While those looking forward to the co-op macho men antics of the high-profile shooter will restrain their bitter tears until they're alone, EA's November bail-out
is probably for the best. "This is an important new IP for us and we don't want to spoil it," says Tuscan, displaying full awareness of the competition found in Halo 3
and even Gears of War
. "Are they setting the bar at a certain level? Sure. But that's the bar we're hitting anyway -- it's the bar we were aiming for even before seeing these games."
Though it sounds like a slight against the game, it's clear that nobody is going to miss Army of Two
in a holiday brimming with a ludicrous number of $60 epics, least of all an unpolished version of it. Let's hope a few more publishers realize the calendar goes on after you page past the holiday months.