CoG Replay – Spec Ops the Line Episode 2 Playthrough

In this week’s playthrough, Join Anthony as he plays through Chapter 4 of Spec Ops the Line and dies multiple times while protecting civilians and trying to avoid friendly fire. Please be aware this game is rated mature.

About The Game

Spec Ops: The Line is a third-person, military shooter that was released by 2K Games in 2012. However, Dubai destroyed by a cataclysmic sandstorm where many perished. Yet it hosts a wide variety of multiplayer maps and modes. Here, six months after the storm American Soldiers hear radio signals from the area and arrive to find the ruins in the midst of war. So now they must find the person who started this mess – Col. John Konrad.


Players take on the role of one out of three characters; Captain Martin Walker, Lieutenant Adams or Sergeant Lugo. Each has his own personality and skills. Due to the mature nature of the story, it explores the dark side of war in a realistic way. Because it is portrayed so realistically there are no good outcomes. However, there are plenty of hard choices. Furthermore, it captures both the brutality and the emotion behind the combat.

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Anthony Dennis

Anthony is the Owner for Culture of Gaming and he spends his days studying, gaming and working on the site. Anthony has worked for the past 7 years in the Video Game journalism industry and has worked for over 30 different sites in that time.

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