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Submitted by Katz 811d ago | review

Black Panel Review - Spec Ops: The Line

The Black Panel writes: Despite some frustrating control issues and an average multiplayer component, the latest title in Spec Ops series manages to provide a darkly introspective single player storyline which tackles issues other action games shy away from. This is strengthened by its element ravaged Dubai setting, which is used fantastically to contrast the city’s gaudy excess against the horrors and impersonal nature of modern war. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) -

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