Set in modern day Dubai, massive sandstorms have buried the city. As Capt. Martin Walker, you're sent in to find any survivors and learn what happened to the original rescue and evacuation team led by Lt. Colonel John Konrad.

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Captain Martin Walker (voice)
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First Lieutenant Alphonso Adams (voice)
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Staff Sergeant John Lugo (voice)
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Lieutenant Colonel John Konrad (voice)
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The Radioman / Multiplayer Announcer (voice)
Patrick Quinn ...
Agent Jeff Riggs (voice)
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Agent Rick Gould / Exile Gunner (voice)
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Agent Daniels / Damned Gunner (voice)
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First Lieutenant John McPherson / Exile Medic (voice)
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Interrogator (voice)
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Commando / Exile Sniper (voice)
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Marines / Damned Medic (voice)
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Marines / Exile Officer (voice)
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Officers (voice)
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Officers / Damned Officer (voice)
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Set in modern day Dubai, massive sandstorms have buried the city. As Capt. Martin Walker, you're sent in to find any survivors and learn what happened to the original rescue and evacuation team led by Lt. Colonel John Konrad.

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Action | Adventure | Drama | War

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The game was inspired by the novel heart of darkness See more »

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Walker is always shown carrying an M4A1 in cutscenes regardless of what weapon(s) the player is actually carrying. See more »

Quotes

Captain Martin Walker: Go fuck yourself!
Radioman: Woah woah! Let's keep it clean! This is, after all, a family program! Rated E for EVERYONE'S THIRSTY!
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The player's profile name is credited as a guest star in the opening credits. This relates to the game's themes about players and player characters. See more »

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A great shooter with amazing and haunting story
4 December 2015 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

So i have recently invested 8-10 hours of my lifetime into "Spec Ops: The Line" (2012). It was worth every minute of it.

This is a 3rd person shooter with an amazing story (Seriously. In a Shooter!), gorgeous graphics (played for the first time in the end of 2015), very solid game-play and mechanics. The highlight of the game and the actual reason why i have played in the first place 3 years after it's release (haven' t got a chance at the moment of it's release) was a story that i read was great. It is great, based on a "The Heart of The Darkness", on which material the masterpiece "Appocalyose Now" was made - it takes you to the deeps of modern warfare and place you in a shoes of "Captain Willard" who has to go trough hell to kill "Kurtz". Although the ending left me a bit confused, i loved the whole experience nevertheless.

Overall, "Spec Ops: The Line" is a highly enjoyable game (still) in regards to 3 main factors: amazing story and mood, great game-play and superb visuals. Maybe it's not as polished as "Gears Of War", but it is a rare gem - shooter that actually makes you FEEL.


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