Spec Ops: The Line Cheats
3 men team with various commands and tactics, weapons (only 2 on player) grenades and lot's of bad guy's.
I'm going on a limb here saying that it looks better than MW3 and Black Ops.
What do you guy's think.
[Edited by rayman2550, 6/13/2012 2:01:30 PM]
[Edited by rayman2550, 6/13/2012 2:04:00 PM]
Well, if it helps, it's not an FPS - it's a TPS
I think this game looks pretty great, though. I've always had more interest in the narratives of games than most, so a game that doesn't give up much of its gameplay and is a retelling of a classic like Heart of Darkness has a lot of potential in my opinion.
Sure, it's another "American soldiers save the day yet again" game (seriously, let's see the Japanese save the world for once, or maybe the Swedish), but it looks really good in terms of gameplay, and the story has a planet full of potential (the most important thing for me). I just hope it lives up to it and I haven't wasted £30 on another Brink (I managed to avoid that one).
Actually, given the source material, America is just saving face this time around. Heart of Darkness and Apocalypse Now are both really about how really evil people can be when they don't have any societal limitations. And this is actually the one time I could see America believably saving the day - we do devote a pretty good bit of our budget to foreign disaster relief.
my first impression from the demo is: seriously wicked with loads of potential. obviously we'll have to play the full game to really come to grips with what the game is all about.
"American soldiers save the day yet again": well in all fairness they have often risked life and limb to protect those who can't protect themselves and they do have the financial and technological reach to be able to do that. sure...sometimes they get it right and sometimes they don't. obviously a lot of that will be evident in games and movies.
[Edited by saurabhfzd, 6/14/2012 7:30:16 AM]