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Submitted by Handbag1992 702d ago | review

Ownt.com- Spec Ops: The Line Review

In this more enlightened age, are games capable of tackling the more difficult aspects of life? Can we cover important subjects without subtracting from shooter action? Can we still have fun gameplay without lessening the issues our games convey? Spec Ops: The Line tries to find out. (PC, Spec Ops: The Line) 8/10

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