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Capcom Should Invest In A Good Spellchecker

Posted on Friday, January 27 @ 07:14:41 Eastern by
Stop the presses!

With Resident Evil: Revelations due to hit retail shelves in just over a week's time, the game's gold master is at a disc manufacturing plant and box arts are being printed in preparation of the game release date of February 7th. At this point, initial run copies are making their way to members of the press, and good thing, too. Because it gives Capcom some extra time to fix a major blunder.



Our headline says it's Capcom that needs a spellchecker, but it is probably the manufacturer/distributor's fault. Some schlep was working late one Saturday night, snuck in a few Heinekens in his lunch box, and knocked a few back when his supervisor left early to go gambling. The end result is a slurred title on the game's box art.

Sadly, you probably won't see any of these at retail, but keep a lookout on eBay, as these suckers will be worth money some day to someone.
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