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Submitted by jnatalzia 774d ago | review

theBitFix Review | Spec Ops: The Line

theBitFix's Joe Natalzia writes: "I’m a very wordy guy. A very wordy guy with big large grown-up opinions on a lot of topics. Which is why it astounds me that I’ve taken a full day to take in what I went through in playing through Spec Ops: The Line and still can’t find the right words. And truth is, I really don’t know if I’ll ever find them. And I don’t know if there’ll ever be those words to describe what I felt, in the way that will stay true to how it left me in the end. The Line has its faults, there is no doubt about that. But The Line takes risks that other developers are too scared to take. And that’s both its rise and fall." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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