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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 760d ago | review

GamingTrend's Spec Ops: The Line Review

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Other than one title on the PS2, we’ve not seen Spec Ops since the days of the original PlayStation. In fact, it’s been since 2002 since we’ve played the series and many had presumed we’d seen the end of the Spec Ops franchise. When the RockStar-produced sequel was cancelled in 2003 it only served to fuel that same thought. It came as a surprise to all of the press in attendance to see the E3 debut of Spec Ops: The Line in 2010, and even more of a shock that it actually looked good. After what seemed like an extended (and very quiet) wait, we finally have our chance to take it for a spin for ourselves. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 86/100

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