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SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy Seals Member Review for the PS2

By:
Navy_Seal
03/14/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 32 
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER Zipper Interactive 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Violence

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SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs (PS2) \"\"

SOCOM 3 is packed to the brim with new features, content, game types and more that will no doubt quench the parched thirst of SOCOM fans everywhere. The latest entry in the military shooter series offers new single- and multiplayer features, including up to 32 players in one game online, player-controlled vehicles, more than 900 weapon combinations, and new maps "five to six times" larger than those of previous SOCOM games. SOCOM 3 features roughly 20 transports you can commandeer, like Humvees, tanks, jeeps, convoy trucks, assault boats... the list goes on and on. Each vehicle has multiple ride points, many with mounted turrets or open weapons holes, meaning that other soldiers can hop and act not only as passengers but as a collective mobile unit of death. Im a huge fan of the socom series been playing socom since the good old days of s1 and let me tell you this one is by far the best installment of the series to date and i think its the best shooter game every made. Zipper has changed some things about the game one of the things they added was vehicals and in order to have vehicals they had to enlarge the maps and recreate all new maps plus they gave the game a brand new feel. There is an average of 55,000 people online 24/7 so you will never be looking for a game and not find one. Also the lag has been cut down tremendisly, you still get some choppy moments here and there but it runs smooth almost all of the time. They have also made the guns even for both sides all guns have their flaws and and advatages and depending on what attachments you put on them to enhance them makes them all the better plus instead of unlocking skins when you beat the game(like in s2) when you beat the game on admiral you can unlock more weapons for online play along with skins.
Graphics are amazing you just got to appriciate the detail they put into the sky,the haze, the fog, and the background, mountains, characters,etc. Another thing there is quite a few new game modes and quite a few maps so you want be left bored and i dont see it getting old any time soon.
Another thing the only people that will cry about this game and say its bad is the people that get owned at it the people that ive played with that didnt like it had scores of like 1k and like 10 deaths. So if your a socom fan or just a shooter fan online or not this game you defently have to check out. I love this game it is awesome!!!


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