Excerpt: "...past one of the other SWAT titles. I played SWAT 3 years ago and I found it extremely addictive and entertaining. One of those titles that you keep reinstalling over the years. When a new Swat was released I couldn't wait playing it. The improvements from the previous were many and not just graphical. A part from the new actions what was most appealing was being able to see the weapon as in every other FPS game (which was quite an expected feature ...
Summary: In game this first shooter game really gets you involved and active. You have to think a lot for the first few missions but then you get the hang of it and everything runs smoothly. The swat team you command gives more options for game play therefore making it more interesting. The music and in game sounds put you in the mood to go around throwing flash bangs and arresting villains.
Summary: I didn't expect too much from this game, but I was pretty surprised by the lack of AI from your team members. The gameplay becomes difficult because you have to deal with only taking one or two shots before dying, and having a team that won't shoot back unless they get a good few seconds to aim. Being extremely close quarters it is hard to get a good score on missions (which requires that you don't shoot to kill your suspects but instead use non-lethal means).
Conclusion: The game is really good though loading time is too long (unbearably long). However, when the game loads it runs superbly without any glitches and CO-OP game play is superbly done as well. I have played it in single player mode as well as online with my friend and both levels were superb. I really enjoyed multiplayer side of the game.