Summary: The campiagn is about five hours long and is too easy. The graphics on the campiagn look good however in the multiplayer it looks bad. I really did enjoy the story and the character development of how they change from the beginning to the end. I didn't enjoy the multiplayer because no one plays, it is4vs4, the maps are big for 4vs4, and it was boring.
Summary: I expected so much more from this game. The graphics were so bad, and so it made everything else horrible. The gameplay of the single player is alright but I think it could be a lot better. The multiplayer is just horrible, and it's weird. I don't play MW3 a lot but this game made me miss it. I played this game for about an hour then I couldn't play anymore. I'm returning this and getting my money back.
Summary: I am not a big fan of the Unreal Technology (operating system of the Gears of War trilogy). I had not known this game ran on that system prior to me purchasing this game. It had a confusing but bearable story line with some good action scenes. The controls were very restrictive and it was a straight line, point A to point B campaign. Multi-player is nothing to get excited over either.
Summary: i thought the MP portion of this game would be good but i was very wrong!! every match i join it's modded or hacked and when your a low level you have bad weapons. the story is very exiting and has emotion to it so it makes up for MP. one problem i faced a lot in game was the cover system when i hit b button to jump over wall i would melee it instead.
Summary: I bought this game based on good reviews and figuring it was perfect for me as I do enjoy third person shooters but was dissappointed by it. In my opinion it tries to take many ideas from Gears of War but fails on many fronts, for example the cover system is flawed and you'll find yourself sticking to the wrong cover thus getting shot or running into a cover you didnt select, Once you press A your character will continue to sprint even after you've realeased the button...
Summary: This game is a third person shooter, something that I guess makes a change from the bog standard rubbish Activision spews out once every year. This then should feel different and be enjoyable. It is, but it's also incredibly difficult and time consuming. Graphics are excellent, attention to detail is missed in the far distance so mountains and objects at the end of the draw distance are very blurry or badly textured.
Pros: Fun, great storyline, good graphics.
Cons: Seriously difficult. FUBAR is damn nearly impossible.
Overall OK but let down by a poorly designed combat system.
14 January 2013
Summary: I bought Spec Ops: The Line because I wanted a shooter that was less linear and a game where your decisions matter. It delivers on this to some extent with a number of choices in the game that determine the way the story unfolds. However, within each mission you don't really have to do anything except survive and get to the end.