What can one say about Electronic Arts which hasn't already been addressed? For the most part, their track record provides us with sufficient evidence to conclude they haven't demonstrated innovation or superior game play in relation to "next generation" consoles. Some may argue EA's haphazard projects extend much further, to a time when the PlayStation 2 had the console market cornered. With the hiring of former VP of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business division, Peter Moore, EA promised their loyal fan base the shoddy and second rate development would cease. They have recently acquired BioWare which many in the industry perceived as an attempt to purchase innovation rather than create it. Regardless of circumstance and skepticism, Electronic Arts is making a bid to redeem their corporation and assert themselves as one of the marquee publishers of quality products. Their first effort in doing such for 2008 comes by way of the oft delayed Army of Two. Did EA succeed? Let's find out.