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Submitted by nrvalleytime 805d ago | review

Review: Spec Ops: The Line (darkzero)

"This generation of gaming has sure seen its fair share of first and third-person modern military shooters. I’ve got nothing against these games; I just wish developers would change the themes and settings to something that isn’t part of this “genre standard” anymore. In all honesty, I went into 2K Games’ latest entry in the Spec Ops series with a bit of a meh attitude. I didn’t know all that much about it and because of the military setting I wasn’t expecting anything great to come out of it. I have to admit that at times like this I’m glad my initial view of the game was wrong." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 8/10

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