Gamernode writes :"There are a lot of shooters out there. Some just give you a gun and tell you to shoot. Others put you in a position you never want to be in and make you live it.
Spec Ops: The Line is trying to add a third idea to the shooter: give the players a choice, sometimes "damned-if-you-do and damned-if-you-don't" in nature, and make them deal with it. 2K Games and Yager Entertaimment are putting the burden of choice in the player's hands, something that could be one of more powerful gaming experiences we've seen, especially if what I saw that E3 2010 is any indication."