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Submitted by TheIconGuy 655d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review (DaxGamer)

DaxGamer: "The Spec Ops series has been around since 1998 and was released mainly for the Dreamcast, PC and Playstation with most of the games being developed by Zombie Studios. The franchise has seen its share of successes especially with the first two games. Later sequels would become budget priced shooters and received little fanfare as a result. The series would go on hiatus for 10 years with the last installment being Spec Ops: Airborne Commando which was released back in 2002 for the original Playstation. The Playstation 2 version of Spec Ops would eventually be canceled. It’s 2012 and in comes Yager Development with the latest iteration in Spec Ops: The Line. Does this latest entry revive the once popular franchise after the long wait or is this one MIA? Read the review to find out." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) -

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