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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:03pm 23/11/11 | 3 Comments
2K Games' Spec Ops: The Line, a third-person shooter set in a sandstorm-ravaged Dubai. seemed to drop off the planet not too long after it was revealed, leaving many to ponder its fate.

It's very much alive though, and today the team at Yager and 2K have released an all-new trailer that gives away very little, but helps to set the tone for the narrative ahead.

We also checked out the game recently and have a full hands-on and interview inbound over the next little bit, but ahead of those, it's worth pointing out that this is definitely a game to keep your eye on.

Watch the trailer embedded below, or click here for the HD option.






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Latest Comments
breno
Posted 02:57pm 23/11/11
OK, kinda weird for the genre
Julez
Posted 03:03am 24/11/11
Yes indeed, but does look sorta interesting. For a moment there it looked a bit falloutish.
deus
Posted 09:59am 24/11/11
looks good!
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