So, I wanted to make this as a good opinion, spoiler-free primer for those who might be on the fence about Spec Ops: The Line.
Please, avoid spoilers! Use the spoiler tag if you must talk about spoilers.
Spec Ops: The Line is incredible. There is no happiness or good morality to be found anywhere in the story, and it's constantly dragging you deeper into the psychological abyss that is war when you stop knowing who are your friends and who are your enemies. The game never paints a line in the sand saying, "here is the line, and here's when you cross it." You've already crossed the line, and you didn't even know it. The story plays with you psychologically, twists the reality, and the truth isn't black and white. But what happens when the morality blacks become your only decision, and crossing the line feels like the only justice you can have? Spec Ops: The LIne presents this emotional struggle in a way that I haven't seen in a game yet, and it will absolutely fucking rip you apart.
Feel free to ask questions, or pick the brains of those who have finished, but as I mentioned, please, avoid spoiler discussion!