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Review Spec Ops: The Line | 4News.it

The thin line between right and wrong.
Tested version Playstation 3, Xbox 360.

Since its first appearance, Spec Ops: The Line was presented as a shooter from the darker tones, suitable for one kind of player more careful and mature, ready to depart from the usual rules dictated by the known TPS and FPS of this generation.

The study Yager you busy for 2K Games to develop the title, has always reiterated that their goal is to transform a plot into gameplay and narrative in Spec Ops: The Line is able to capture the player from start to finish to find out the truth.

It 'a fact, however, that many of the smaller developers who have attempted this ambitious goal is reached, then a sufficient result, far from that intended. This will also Yager and their Spec Ops: The Line? (PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 86/100

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