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Submitted by The_Game21x 604d ago | article

Spec Ops: The Blurred Line

Justin McBride for GUFUyourself Writes - "You know, I never would’ve thought a shooter would be the source of one of the best storytelling experiences I’ve seen in a game. I thought Adventure games and RPGs had the best storytelling ability, what with the writers having potentially less interactivity from the player to work around but…I guess I was wrong." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

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