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ZTGD | Spec Ops: The Line Review

Ken McKown writes: To this day I am still constantly amazed that games can evoke emotion from me. Playing for over two decades makes you a little numb to certain things. I have destroyed demons in hell, stolen police cars and ripped people’s spines out in my virtual playground. These things are not always as shocking as they should be. Spec Ops: The Line is. Military shooters have always tried to evoke more emotion from the player. Some have made decent strides, but nothing, and I mean nothing matches what happens throughout the campaign here. By the end of this game I was emotionally torn and exhausted; this is one game I think everyone should at least experience once.

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