Spec Ops: The Line is probably one of the more memorable shooters out there. At first glance it's a conventional third-person military shooter, the kind of bro-fisty Ooh-Rah stuff that does little to distinguish itself from the Call of Dutys and Battlefields of this world. But it actually goes somewhere with a compelling story that stares unflinchingly into the heart of darkness.
Unfortunately, because it looked so self-serious and unironic, it kind of got passed over when it was released in 2012. If you haven't played it yet, then add it to your checkout at the Humble Store right now where it is absolutely free. Now in the year of our lord 2018 -- in a post-Bioshock Infinite and post-Wolfenstein world -- some of the narrative puppet strings feel a little obvious, but it remains quite a ride.
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At first glance Spec Ops: The Line is a conventional third-person military shooter, but it actually goes somewhere with a compelling story that stares unflinchingly into the heart of darkness.
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Genesis Alpha One is "a revolutionary mix of roguelike, FPS, base building and survival that puts you in the role of an interstellar pioneer."
The publishing giant is making soft plans taking a stab at the battle royale genre. "Management reminded investors that the company is a faster follower."
The Call of Duty Black Ops 4 confirmation all started with James Harden's cap.
Updates are still planned for the orginal game and more details about the sequel will come at this year's E3.
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Our own Carlos Hernandez is a pretty big fan of the game, and thinks its grown immeasurably since its rocky launch back in 2015.