Spec Ops: The Line is a gorgeous game but is it worth playing? Find out in our review!
Dust storms have ravaged the city of Dubai creating a battleground of sand and blood. An elite Delta Squad has entered the city with one goal, bring back Colonel Konrad. As the sand storms continue, becoming stronger and stronger, can this team reach their goal while keeping their sanity? More importantly, is it worth the play through? Find out in our review!
Commanding your squad is important to succeeding in the game.
Spec Ops: The Line is a surprisingly beautiful game. A game about a city ravaged by dust storms may not seem visually appealing at first thought, but Spec Ops: The Line proves that dirt can be beautiful. The settings in Spec Ops: The Line varies from sand dunes, beautifully detailed buildings, and a mixture of the two. Getting caught in a sand storm during battle is a visual delight and the sound and visuals will cause you to squint your eyes and lean closer to the TV to pull off that last headshot. The use of light in this game is what helps elevate the visuals. The light beaming down from the sky gives the game a remarkable glimmer and shine that truly makes it a joy to look at. The sound in Spec Ops: The Line is also impressive. Gun fire sounds imposing, enemies vary from sounding intimidating to fearful, and the music used in the game makes you feel like you are watching a summer blockbuster.