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Submitted by indiejones 657d ago | review

The Game Effect | Spec Ops: The Line Review

Spec Ops isn't a perfect third person shooter but as a story it flips the military genre upside down. Does the story make up for the game play? Find out in The Game Effect review. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 9/10

HebrewHammer  +   657d ago
I hear such great things about the game, but I can't help but notice the gameplay is reminiscent of a mediocre, run-of-the-mill TPS.

I'm so conflicted.
reznik_zerosum  +   657d ago
gameplay IS meh/generic/boring,but game is worth buying cause of characters,settings and story
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indiejones  +   657d ago
The gameplay is still exciting and intense. It's just not perfect.
Over726  +   657d ago
Its a fair game to help Pass the time
The last photo looks like it came from Fable.
birdie1964  +   656d ago
Game has issues that need sorting but i am intrigued by the storyline and the setting
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