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Submitted by DjPralla 1019d ago | review

Spec Ops: The Line - Review [UpperPad]

We all know that summer for the video game character is the weakest period of the year. Gone are the fireworks of E3 2012 is moving towards a few months off, useful for getting some 'sunshine and fresh air before being submerged by the giants who arrive in the fall. Before putting on the costume, however, 2K Games and the developers have decided to offer Yager Spec OPS: The Line, TPS, which promises to take us hunting for survivors in a Dubai-ravaged and deadly biggest dust storm ever seen. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 74/100

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