Christian Brown showcases videogames that challenge the conception of winning at all costs, such as Spec Ops: The Line: [A]s the game progresses, generic Arab bad guys are replaced with American soldiers and sometimes civilians. The load screens — most commonly seen after the player dies — explicitly question the values of the player. “DO YOU FEEL […]
"I'd like to see less violence games out there," Walt Williams, writer on last year's Spec Ops: The Line, told an audience at GDC last week. "Creatively, they're too easy. I think we're better than that." Inspired by Heart of Darkness,...Show More Summary
Turns out you don't need Humble sales or corporate collapse to get AAA games at indie prices. Gamefly has several bundles of major 2K titles at huge discounts, including a pairing of Spec Ops: The Line and The Darkness II for a ridiculously cheap $4. Check out the other bundles and much more in today's Moneysaver. Read more...
In lieu of partying or whatever it is college kids are supposed to be doing, I decided that my number one priority this spring break would be to to replay Spec Ops: The Line. I joined the Spec Ops party a bit late, but the narrativeShow More Summary
Walt Williams, lead writer of last year's subversive (and flawed) shooter Spec Ops: The Line, began his talk at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco with a bit of flair: "It's going to maybe sound like I'm being critical of...Show More Summary
This month, there was a lot to love in PlayStation Plus. Whether it was a gruesome mystery in the middle of Dubai in Spec Ops: The Line, or the hilarious mis-adventures of those in The Cave. Tomorrow, Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention joins the Instant Game Collection.
Spec Ops: The Line rocked your Instant Game Collection at the start of March, and Joe Danger 2: The Movie rode in last week. This week, you’ll find The Cave, as well as Tekken 6 available free for PlayStation Plus members. You’ll also find deals on fantastic games like Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, among others.
Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager today announced their licensing of Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4, making them the first independent studio to do so in Europe. Yager will utilize the new engine on their next project, "a major next-generation...Show More Summary
One of the more praised games of 2012 was the mid-summer release of a little something-something called Spec Ops: The Line. While the game wasn't up to my tastes, there were a lot of gamers who loved the dark and provocative storyline that Yager brought to the table. Show More Summary
If you liked Spec Ops: The Line -- and you should -- you'll be pleased to know its developer is working on a next-gen game.
"Major next-generation title" to be unveiled in "the coming months". Spec Ops: The Line studio Yager is the first independent studio in Europe to license Unreal Engine 4, Epic Games has announced.Click here to read the full article Related...Show More Summary
The developer of Spec Ops: The Line is using Unreal Engine 4 to make a next-generation game. Berlin-based developer Yager is making a "major next-generation title" that will be unveiled in the coming months. It used Unreal Engine 3 to make Spec Ops. Show More Summary
Last week, we announced March's Instant Game Collection additions for PlayStation Plus members. Spec Ops: The Line led the charge, and this week, you’re going to want to channel your inner Evel Knievel, as Joe Danger 2: The Movie, is next to come your way free as a PlayStation Plus member. Show More Summary
Sony announced all of March's free PlayStation Plus games at once, with a twist. We don't know which week will offer which game. They're just... sometime in March, on a Tuesday. We do know which game goes free tomorrow: Spec Ops: The...Show More Summary
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, then it’s your lucky day. If not, then read and weep my friends… read and weep. In an official blog post, Sony announced that PlayStation Plus subscribers can now …
March's PlayStation Plus update is a big one, offering subscribers a collection of five new games to add to their Instant Game Collection. This month's PS3 title is the third-person shooter Spec Ops: The Line, with PSN games Joe Danger 2: The Movie and The Cave, as well as Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention and Tekken 6 for the Vita making the cut.
PlayStation Plus subscribers just got a buttload of games thrown at them with this weeks additions to the service. Spec Ops: The Line, Joe Danger 2: The Movie, and The Cave are all now free to play on the PlayStation 3. Over on the PlayStation...Show More Summary
Sony details PlayStation Plus schedule for March. At least five games will be added to the US Instant Game Collection throughout March, Sony has confirmed.Click here to read the full article Related Stories SimCity: early review scores...Show More Summary
Tomorrow's PlayStation Plus update will get a heavy dose of heavy subject matter, with Spec Ops: The Line. The anti-war polemic is joining the Instant Game Collection, alongside a few discounts. Sony has also outlined plans for other IGC games coming throughout March. Show More Summary
With Spring on the horizon, we figured it might be time to test a new format of delivering your PS Plus updates. This month, we’re providing an outlook of the major stuff hitting the Instant Game Collection in March with this update, but you’ll still want to check the weekly posts to see the discounts and any other freebies available to you as a PS Plus member.