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Submitted by G4Games 1253d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review | Golden4games

Spec Ops: The Line unfolds within the destroyed opulence of Dubai. Once the playground for the world's wealthiest elite, Dubai has fallen victim to a series of cataclysmic sandstorms. The city's ultramodern architecture lies half-buried under millions of tons of sand. The very sand that blankets the city plays a marquee role in altering combat situations and serves as a powerful but unpredictable force that will both help and hinder players throughout the course of the game. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 7/10

Revolver_X_   1253d ago | Trolling | show
wastedcells  +   1253d ago
This review is in broken English not worth trying to understand.
Elderly_Cynic  +   1253d ago
"Why when we find any Arab state in America, we find a game behind them and ruin them?? !!"

This is the first line from this... what did you say this was? A review? I'll take your word for it. Folks, you need to get a better translator, 'cause in English that's nonsensical gibberish.

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