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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1313d ago | review

BrashGames' Spec Ops: The Line – PS3 Review

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Military shooters have a tendency of being technically competent but ultimately vacuous affairs. Initially, The Line, despite its intriguing setting, appears to be going down that same route. With Nolan North offering his heroically likeable voice work work to typically handsome lead, Captain Martin Walker, you get the sinking feeling that The Line’s tone and storytelling isn’t going to be nearly as interesting as Yaher and 2K Games had led us to believe. Then there is the familiar Gears style third person cover shooting; yeah, it’s all very slick, but again, initial impressions suggest yet another hollow shooter awaits. (PS3, Spec Ops: The Line) 9/10

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