CH - There's a statistic out there that only a small amount of players finish the games they start. Be it because they lose interest, they run out of time or they just simply don't -- they'll never know exactly what their missing. For the first hour or so of Spec Ops: The Line, I finally understood what they were feeling -- and a big part of me didn't want to finish. Yager and 2k's mid-east war epic felt like just another shoot first, ask questions later set piece war game -- but then something funny happened. Every time I tried to walk away from my Xbox, I was drawn back -- I wanted to know what happened and why -- without realizing it, I had become invested.