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Submitted by baj 749d ago | review

PSMania.net: Spec Ops: The Line review

Spec Ops: The Line unfolds within the destroyed opulence of Dubai. As the player you are treated to a gritty story which challenges your morality and sanity. Check out our thoughts in the review. (PS3, Spec Ops: The Line) 6/10

IceTheRetroKid  +   749d ago
I'm really glad there's a sane opinion on this game out of the reviews that say it "Breaks from usual conventions". Maybe the story does and presentation of gritty events but..beyond that it's just ehhhh.
mynameisEvil  +   749d ago
The gameplay, while dated, also manages to pull at you emotionally when you're killing US soldiers and sometimes unarmed civilians. People say it breaks from usual conventions because it does, even when you're not watching a cutscene.
lordoftheflies  +   749d ago
It's a great game~
there are so many brainless "shootwhateveryoucan" ; games out there that something like this was - in my opinion - long been obsolete ;)
got it at mmoga.com because they had this 10% discount at the beginning of the month

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