Spec Ops: The Line for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Spec Ops: The Line

Jun 26, 2012
315th of 1221

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Content Rating: Mature


It's been 6 months since Dubai was wiped off the map by a cataclysmic sandstorm. Once the world's most fantastical city, Dubai is now its most opulent ruin. Ravaged by cataclysmic sandstorms, the city lies buried, reclaimed by the desert. Abandoned, it has become a no-man's-land for refugees and outlaws. While most people fled the now-barren wasteland, U.S. Army Colonel John Konrad and the 33rd Infantry remained behind to protect those incapble of escape. Unable to contact anyone in Dubai, the world believed Konrad and his team dead, until they picked up a weak distress signal. As Captain Walker, you and your squad of Delta Operators infiltrate the trecherous region to locate survivors.

Critic Reviews

24 Reviews
Matt BertzJun 26, 2012
Spec Ops makes an admirable attempt to inject morality into a standard shooter experience. The narrative unravels at the end and the controls are subpar compared to the top-tier competitors, but the journey into madness is unlike anything I’ve played before.
Game TrailersJun 26, 2012
Spec Ops: The Line successfully manages fairly high marks in regard to production values and playability, and also attempts to tie some meaning to its polished and enjoyable kill-or-be-killed gameplay. It’s kind of like having some philosophical chewing gum to go with your war. You feel like there’s something to think about, but it’s not going to bother you as you go about your business.
Kirby YablonskiJun 26, 2012
At the end of the day I enjoyed my time with Spec Ops: The Line, as it is a fairly good game. The story managed to keep me involved, the choices I had to make made me question why I made them (yes, I know they are not real choices people), and the production values, such as the visuals and sound, were solid.

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