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.
gameplay design either. I ran quite a few levels in Anthony Crowther's Captive before i realized there were 4096 levels and they all were sorta the same. (8 minutes ago)
some alarm bells shouls go off. If your world is generated from a seed using procedural techniques, you won't have much structure or progress from a world prespective. and most often not from a. (10 minutes ago)
from the early videos and articles about NMS i thought it was clear how it would end up. All this talking about how fantastic it was how such a small team could make such a huuuge game. (14 minutes ago)
It's amazing how much people want NMS to be so much more than it seems to be, and thus excusing it's shortcomings. (22 minutes ago)
@Tiz: I dont think NMS needs MP but for someone to go there to defend a game is laughable... (34 minutes ago)