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Submitted by Pozzle 689d ago | news

What Does A Marine Think Of Spec Ops: The Line’s Criticism of War?

It's coming up on the end of the year, which means it's time to start looking back. And amid the Kickstarter campaigns and DRM-debates that kept 2012 so interesting, one game keeps coming back up: The brutal Spec Ops: The Line. It was a clever game that despite its hum-drum 3rd person shooter trappings was also a surprisingly successful look inside the mind of a killer, and an at-times subversive critique of the military shooter genre.

But what would a guy who'd actually served in the military think of it? (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

ninjahunter  +   689d ago
:P Looks like its not just the gamers who need to do their homework. i mean you developers Haha.
Donnywho  +   688d ago
Sounds like a session with Buzz Killington.
Pozzle  +   688d ago
Do you know why W.S. Gilbert was frequently drunk on his transatlantic crossings?
Donnywho  +   686d ago
LoL Lucky there's a family guy

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