Reviews and Problems with SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Combined Assault
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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Combined Assault
6 October 2011
Conclusion: Overall, as the forth game in the SOCOM series this is a solid addition, and certainly flies the flag. They obviously realised that they needed to refresh the franchise, and many of their innovations have really come off well.
Excerpt: The SOCOM games have met with mixed success in the UK. While hugely popular in the US, over here the lack of a significant PlayStation2 online community, and SOCOM's insistence on complexity, has left many Blighty gamers apathetic to the merits of Zipper Interactive's Navy SEAL shooter.
Excerpt: SOCOM: Combined Assault marks a shift in the evolution of the SOCOM franchise. Although the game has always had a healthy single-player component, multiplayer has usually taken center stage for both players and for the developers.
Excerpt: Sony Computer Entertainment America - hell Sony Computer Entertainment in general ---- owes a lot to Zipper Interactive. Tucked into the shadow of both Microsoft and Nintendo in Redmond, Worshington, Zipper created a game that not only worked well as an offline tactical shooter, but offered move...
Conclusion: Combined Assault did one thing very right; it nailed the single player campaign. The co-op mode also gives the title a unique flare. The series is certainly starting to show its age on the PS2 but for those out there that have never played a SOCOM before, now is certainly a good time to introduce...