Resident Evil ‘Revelaitons’ Misprint Will Make Its Way To Stores

Posted By | On 03rd, Feb. 2012

We all make mistakes, just most don’t get printed on this scale. In the US, review copies of the game have been dispatched with a spelling mistake on the spine. Capcom have also confirmed that they will be unable to correct the error in time for the US release date, so first edition US copies will bear the mistake.

When contacted by Eurogamer, a Capcom spokesperson said: “We apologise for the mistake, which will be corrected for subsequent productions of the game. We are working on a solution to provide affected customers with the correct packaging. Please visit Capcom-Unity for updates.”

God, I hope there are no spelling mistakes in this post…


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