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Submitted by Lionheart377 839d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line Review | StickSkills

StickSkills said, "Even with a rudimentary online component, Spec Ops: The Line is a step forward. It’s not the next big thing in its particular genre, but the story it delivers and the manner by which the characters progress through the excruciating decisions make it a unique, compelling ride. Moments of the campaign weren’t fun, but for a reason. The harsh realities of a war without a hero come fast and hard, and Yager Development deserves credit for not allowing too much fun soil the tone. It’s a gem hidden behind weak multiplayer and a style of gameplay done better by many of its contemporaries, but it’s worth digging through the ordinary to experience what lies within the walls of Dubai." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 4/5

Lightstrike  +   838d ago
I liked it
It wasn't the usual: 'kill everything and make enought pints' shooter
there was a great but thrilling story behind all this and it's perfectly done
it sure makes you think about your actions in the game, but doesn't drive you crazy or something XD

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