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Submitted by t0asty 842d ago | review

Review: Spec Ops: The Line | eGamer

Do you feel like a hero yet? It's a question that Spec Ops: The Line asks in its attempts to do what few shooters ever try by giving death meaning. With a sandswept Dubai as your backdrop, you're in for one hell of a ride.

Spec Ops: The Line first appeared in 2009 and shortly fell off the face of the earth only to be resurrected last year and now it’s finally here. I’ve followed it from the debut trailer and was always intrigued by the game’s unique take on war and the consequences of killing. Despite carrying the name of the Spec Ops series that some may be familiar with from the 90’s, that’s where the similarities end because this is a fresh beast with its own traits and certainly a very unique character. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) -

lordoftheflies  +   841d ago
Spec ops s one of the most aazing games I've ever played oO
the storyline is breathtaking and the feelings you will have playing the game are simply not to descripe~

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