Spec Ops isn't littered with choices--this isn't Mass Effect, after all. However, the few choices that you do make will be organic, the developer promises. You won't see a "Press X to be evil" option that's so common in decision-making games. And in a medium where players are focused on maxing out their Paragon or Renegade status, it's refreshing to see a game that offers no right answer. This could be one of the biggest-budget games that revels in moral gray--and that alone has me excited. The preview session was focused entirely on the single-player offering, but Spec Ops will (obviously) provide a multiplayer option. Yager wouldn't go into what they had planned, and wouldn't tell me about any PC-specific tweaks that are in the works other than the usual "it will be pretty." Spec Ops: The Line will be available on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 in Spring.
Spec Ops promises to explore a soldier's psyche