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Submitted by xiren187 795d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review - JPS

"Two and a half years ago, Spike’s Video Game Awards revealed a gritty, cover-based third-person shooter. That game was Spec Ops: The Line. Since then, Yager Development’s sandy shooter has been in and out of the spotlight, but now we have finally arrived at its launch. For some, Spec Ops may be a name long forgotten, but let’s not forget that this military franchise existed back in the glory days of the PlayStation 1. Now, here were are, over a decade later and the series has returned under a new developer and direction. Can Spec Ops: The Line provide an experience fresh enough to combat current military video game fatigue with its hellish Dubai setting? Or is it simply a trip to gaming hell?"- JPS (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 7/10

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