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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 952d ago | review

GamingAge: Spec Ops: The Line Review

GamingAge: Back in the late-90s, single player military-based counter-terrorist action games were all the rage. Probably the most successful and certainly the most popular amongst current generation gamers is Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 series. Before the franchise got consolized it relied heavily on tactical strategy; you would map out all of your teams’ routes and room clearing methods, then have them execute your commands with lethal precision. It was a great sub-genre that unfortunately wasn’t ADD-friendly enough to be maintained. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) C+/A+

WeskerChildReborned  +   952d ago
Wow a C+? I heard some good things about the game.
SaffronCurse  +   952d ago
I personally loved every single second of it.
NoTheMama  +   952d ago
Not bad, just a bit short
KentBlake  +   952d ago
In terms of single-player, I'm enjoying it far more that all the CoDs of the world. It really makes you feel bad for killing your enemies.

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