ArmA II will be receiving a US retail release courtesy of publisher Got Game Entertainment.ArmA II’s developer, Bohemia Interactive, today announced their partnership with Got Game, which will see the highly anticipated military sim hitting American store shelves next month.”We are very excited to bring ARMA II to the North American market,” says Got Game Entertainment’s president, Howard Horowitz. “This caliber of game brings Got Game Entertainment to a new level of excellence and certainly ushers in a new era for our company.”Bohemia’s CEO Marek Spanel seems equally pleased. “North America is one of the most powerful and important markets in terms of a game’s marketing and distribution. We were looking for responsible and credible partners who will focus on ARMA II with the kind of drive and enthusiasm that this huge project deserves. We feel Got Game Ent. will be the right partner for us and I believe together we will make ARMA II a success in North America.”The game is due to hit American shelves on 7 July. Check back tomorrow for our review to see whether it’s been worth the wait.
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