Excerpt: Last year’s SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALS: Fireteam Bravo didn’t have quite the impact as the console version, though it did manage to deliver an experience that was true to the console one and even introduced features like voice chat and PSP to PS2 connectivity. The sequel follows in the steps of the first and refines the experience even more. Fireteam Bravo 2 is a visual improvement over last year’s game.
Excerpt: As I write this it is the end of November 2006 and to put it bluntly Sony has been having a very bad time as of late. Just to mention a few items of embarrassment for Sony; there was the exploding battery recall, the multiple PS3 delays, the backward compatibility problems with the PS2, the root-kit installation issue with some of their music CDs, and the, to put it mildly, botched launch of the PlayStation 3.
SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 2 Review (PSP)
Yet Another Review Site
9 July 2007
Excerpt: The SAS may be harder, but they don’t have a game this good! When you look at the first person / third person shooters on the PSP, there are a surprising number available. Already reviewed here you have Call of Duty Roads to Victory, you have Syphon Filter, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo and soon even Ghost Reckon and Rainbow Six Las Vegas.
Pros: Multiplayer is amazing, controls are perfect