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Submitted by creeping judas 743d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line (Xbox 360) Review By Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers - "Specs Ops is a game franchise that was first released in 1998 on the Windows PC Platform by developer Zombie Studios. Since then the series has seen a few other developers, as well as other releases on other platforms such as the PSone, the PS2 and the ill-fated Dreamcast. That last game was released in 2002, and since then the series has remained dormant. In 2009 2K Games announced at the Spike Video Game Awards that it was developing a new Spec Ops game called Spec Ops: The Line. My first exposure to this new chapter in the franchise was in 2011 at E3, and since then I have been quite curious to what the final game would be like. Well, my questions have been answered as over the last 7 days I have had the chance to play through the game. So, is it worth consideration? I would have to give a big “yes it is indeed”, even though some may find an issue or two with it." (Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 80/100

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