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Submitted by Starfox811 1320d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review - TGH

"Spec Ops: The Line was officially announced in 2009 and is only now seeing the light of day. Little about this title was revealed going into its release, thus leaving expectant players thinking the experiences would be seemingly average; however, once gamers get a hold of it, they’ll realize this isn’t the Spec Ops franchise that was around on the PlayStation One. No, it has evolved into something more meaningful and something players may grasp onto." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 4/5

ShadyDevil  +   1320d ago
Love the game, I felt it had a great story.
Rampaged Death  +   1320d ago
Such a great game and one of the surprises of the generation. Also one of the most confusing endings I have ever witnessed.
ShadyDevil  +   1320d ago
Yes, all three of them lol I think Epilogue 2 is the real ending.

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