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Submitted by PockyKing 1022d ago | interview

Yager - "There Usually is no Clear Good or Evil in War"

OnlySP: We recently got a chance to have an exclusive interview with the developers at Yager, the team behind one of 2012′s most overlooked games, Spec Ops: The Line. If you haven’t played the game yet, you’re truly missing out on a gem of this generation. The gameplay may have not been anything to write home about, but the story and themes the game portrayed created an unforgettable experience. We hope you enjoy the latest of our exclusive interviews, and feel free to leave feedback and questions of your own; we’ll see if Yager can answer a few of them. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

knifefight  +   1022d ago
The story and narrative in Spec Ops are amazing. Some of the best in gaming.
Meep  +   1022d ago
Yep. Loved the game Narrative. It was the only game that I sincerely enjoyed without having "fun". This game is like watching a mystery movie (Psychological thriller). You don't really have fun watching those movies, but you want to see it through to the end. Awesome game, There isn't a game like it that I can think of.
SilentNegotiator  +   1022d ago
Power is the ultimate greed and most wars are about control.
RuleNumber5  +   1021d ago
Yeah this game was AWESOME! One of the most underrated stories of the year. Seriously, this game deserved millions more to be sold, and without that ridiculous multiplayer 2K forced the devs into making. Major respect Spec Ops. Thanks for a real story.

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