Spec Ops: The Line has always been presented as a game with strong emphasis on story and that's what it is really. Don't get me wrong, gameplay is solid and the shooting mechanics work well, but it is also true that it does not bring anything new to the genre. That being said, Yager's new title is clearly worth a look if you want to experience war in its worst aspects, a world in which soldiers and violence are not glamorized as it is sometimes. Here are four gameplay videos showing extracts from the first two hours and a half of the single player campaign. Just make sure you stay away from the fourth one if you are the sensitive type, or if you are interested in playing the game yourself.
@Megido: I'd have to read the contract again, but I think the terms were to deliver three games over ten years. I suspect that includes dev time on the first game. (3 minutes ago)
@Megido: As I understand it, Activision isn't involved like that. They are litterally just the publisher. (7 minutes ago)
But then, it's activision so they'll want to release something every year as well. Lots and lots of DLC. I'm guessing. (13 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: I have no doubt that they'll manage to stretch that out over 10 years :P (13 minutes ago)
@Megido: The original contract was for a trilogy and several pieces of DLC. (18 minutes ago)
Didn't avtivision say they had some 10-year scheme for Destiny? (24 minutes ago)
......not so much. Destiny needs a lot more than this. A big Destiny fan, a friend of mine is convinced Bungie will add a lot of things, he says this is a project for yeaes to come. (27 minutes ago)