Submitted by Clinton514 2804d ago | news

Army of Two:42 minute Demonstration(Spanish)

LaTrifuerza.com attended an EA event in Barcelona Spain where Alberto Martín, Production Head of EA Spain showed off a 42 minute demonstration of Army of Two. (Army of Two, PS3, Xbox 360)

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meepmoopmeep  +   2804d ago
this game has gone under the radar for quite some time.

yuck, that split-screen is horrible... i'd hate to play that on a small tv and mine is 32"
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InMyOpinion  +   2804d ago
Why do they have to destroy their media by dubbing everything? It's the same in Germany, France, Italy etc. Drop the patriotism and learn english =) That way you will get the best voice-overs in your games, not to talk about movies...
mariusmal  +   2803d ago
english is not my main language but i prefer to listen/read everything in english... but i think that ppl have the right to mantain their own language on the media, hence the dubbing.

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