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Submitted by yomaru 891d ago | review

Weeaboos With Controllers | Review: Spec Ops: The Line

WWC: "Spec Ops: The Line is an anomaly in the gaming industry today, a shooter that looks to be like any other at first glance, but that brims with originality under the surface. Its gameplay isn’t anything special and has its problems, but it certainly gets the job done. Graphically and artistically it’s very eye pleasing and the soundtrack really knows how to set the mood. And while its multiplayer would have been better off not even being included, it’s not enough to ruin the overall experience. It provides an excellent story and impressive writing above the majority of what’s out there. In the end, Specs Ops is a rare gem indeed. It’s a video game that brilliantly taps into the medium to make you question not only your beliefs, but also what you’re willing to do under the right circumstances." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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