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Submitted by JamieReleases 1164d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review (Strategy Informer)

From Strategyinformer.com: "Usually when you describe something as 'multi-faceted' it's a compliment, indicating a depth of personality and intellect in a person or great artistic worth in an object. When we describe Spec Ops: The Line as 'multi-faceted' it's not a compliment. Or, at least, it's a multi-faceted one, in that the game has very interesting, intriguing sides to it, but also tediously dull and unoriginal ones too. And we also note this intro paragraph is rather long-winded.". (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 7.0/10

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