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Submitted by TheMrFraz 861d ago | opinion piece

Spec Ops Made Me Do It

Being forced into the awful situations that arise in Spec Ops: The Line bothered many when the game released last summer, but Gamers Association editor Luke Frazier believes this deliberate lack of choice is actually essential to delivering the heavy themes found within. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

Derekvinyard13  +   862d ago
Great game
FantasyStar  +   861d ago
As someone who usually avoids any games with Nolan North: this game was surprisingly good. This is a game I would dust off years from now and still enjoy everything about it.

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