Spec ops: the line, seperates itself from all the fps shooters that we all see today. In most fps shooters, the only thing that the players remember is the multiplayer experience and a little if none of the campaign. However, Spec Ops does the opposite. This game is the only game that actually made me question if what me and my character are doing, is right? You play Captain Walker and you accompany him on his descent into madness and blood-thristy revenge. The multiplayer has potential but lacks in some areas. But players will not remember this game for its multiplayer but rather for its campaign. A trait that many fps shooters cannot even get close to. Also the trophies for this game are really easy, so nobody should have a really tough time going for that platinum trophy. This game will change the way you think when you kill an enemy or if the person you just killed was the enemy or an ally or even imaginary? It would get a "10" if only the multiplayer was alittle better, other than that it is superb.
Pretty solid game. The story is the best thing about it. A big twist in the end as well. But, the actual game play is a little weird, guns sound week, and the overall presentation is choppy. The lighting saves the game though visually. It's worth a rent but not a buy.