Upper-case a is an alternate way of saying all uppercase letters (like F, M, N, and Q, among others) in English.
Upper-case a is a way to say all uppercase letters in different styles and languages. We use it in our website, for example, as the name for the site’s “About Us” section, which is designed to be a bit more in-depth than just a list of keywords.
The list is almost half the length of the title and half the length of the teaser trailer, so this is the only way to get a feel for the game’s main characters and their plans.
The first two game characters are named Ruckus and Cogman. These names are supposed to be in lower case and are meant to be more familiar to gamers in the west. The last character is an NPC named K-Man who is supposed to be in uppercase letters and is meant to be more intimidating.
When I was reading through the list, I kept finding myself wondering why it wasn’t uppercase. The first two characters had a lot of the same words in the first two sentences, so I thought maybe they were both named Ruckus. But when I looked at the first few sentences, I started to get all confused. I mean, I know the first two characters are named Ruckus, but they keep saying “upper case”.
So it seems like we’re at a sort of weird crossroads.
The word is not uppercase, but its not in uppercase either. The letters have a similar layout, but the first few are lower case, while the rest are uppercase. The first sentence is uppercase, the second is uppercase, and the third is lowercase. In fact, the last few sentences are all uppercase. The name Ruckus seems to be just a coincidence.
Okay, that’s weird. I’m going to go with Upper Case.
Upper case is a common abbreviation among most dictionaries and in the internet. But it’s not. It’s not even a real letter. It’s just a symbol that represents an uppercase letter. For example, the letters “E” and “I” are both uppercase, and yet they have different meaning. The former is a very common abbreviation for “English”, while the latter is the name of an island in the South Pacific.
The name of a village in the North Pacific, or perhaps even the name of a town in the South Pacific, is more commonly called a town in the North Pacific than a village in the South. While a village in the North Pacific is usually more like a town than a village in the South.