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Spec Ops: The Line gets a new trailer released
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2K Games and Yager Development released the third trailer to the early 2012 title Spec Ops: The Line. No gameplay but I would not like to be in Dubai when the Delta Force bravo are called in.

Hot on the heels of two of the year’s most hotly anticipated FPS comes the trailer to The Line. Set in a post-apocalyptic Dubai, the game follows the story of character Captain Martin Walker (voiced by Nolan North) whose squad is sent in to rescue the missing U.S. Army Colonel John Konrad. Konrad ignored direct orders to stay behind and help locals unable to evacuate the city as catastrophic sandstorms left a majority of the city buried.

Check out the trailer and let us know if this is going to be the next best thing in shoot-em up’s.


 
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