The demo version of this game, Spec Ops: The Line, left a very strange feeling to me. One can not help comparing it with the recent game Binary Domain. Spec Ops impressions here are losing with a large margin. It has all the same gameplay, same old dull, vague story and nobody knows why. For the visual component, I have no complaints, sometimes bad but other times very beautiful. And the dirt, sweat and blood on the faces of the characters is probably the most detailed part in the game. The main disadvantage for me was the console control. Even despite the fact that I was quite comfortable on the joystick while playing Binary Domain, I realized that the demo of Spec Ops was very hard to play. The game cannot be called brilliant. It can be, however, fun to play and, more importantly, it is interesting to play a game based on a history, that cannot be seen in most of the games now. There are even multiple endings, so it will keep a gamer on its feet for a pre-long time if they want.