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

GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 16 
DEVELOPER Zipper Interactive 
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Socom II is one of the best games to play to me of course it is that is because I want to be a Navy Seal when I get older not someone who wants to sit around on their lazy @$$`3$  all day long. But I also say it is a really good game because as soon as you walk around the corner BOOM you have hit enemy territory and everything gets to be a really and I mean really heartpounding game. It`s dangerous it`s fun and it`s all about survival of the SEALs and it`s about trust because you never would know when an enemy was right there in front of you until JESTER or one of the other guys says TANGO ELIMINATED. So see it`s not all about strategy it`s about trust and working together. In this game the enemies can go down nice, quiet , and easy or they can go down bloody, loud, and hard , but either way their gonna go down one way or the other. The best part about the game is that your in command you have one of the best teams in the world and no one can stop you or your team. While your playing always remember this from another game "No Bastard ever died for his country without deserving it."

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