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Submitted by RogueCheddar 1323d ago | interview

"Spec Ops: The Line" Head Writer On War Games, The Hubris Of Man And Crossing "The Line"

Complex: "Set in Dubai months after the desert metropolis has been engulfed by a sandstorm of Biblical proportions, it follows three soldiers tasked with rescuing a missing US soldier and any potential refugees they find. Obviously, things don't go as planned, but you'll be surprised at how personal the story gets.

"Here's what head writer Walt Williams had to say about it all." (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

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