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SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs



SOCOM 4 will be the first real SOCOM game on the PlayStation 3. I say that because not only was SOCOM: Confrontation such an utter disappointment, but it was developed by Slant Six, not SOCOM’s original developer, Zipper Interactive. Zipper was instead hard at work on MAG, which put a previously unimaginable 256 players in one online deathmatch.

Even with all that chaos, though, it wasn’t about running and gunning. MAG players had to work as a team to complete objectives and stay alive. The same can be said for SOCOM 4’s squad-based, more tactical gameplay. SOCOM 4 will be the first game in the series to feature stereoscopic 3D, which should help soldiers better judge their targets on the battlefield thanks to the depth 3D adds. The fierce multiplayer action will ensure bullets are flying in all directions. The 3D will ensure those bullets feel like they’re coming right for you.


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