Reviews and Problems with SOCOM: US Navy SEALs: Tactical Strike
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SOCOM: Tactical Strike
26 July 2008
Excerpt: SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike is a familiar, yet completely different take on the SOCOM franchise. Though the setting and most of the players involved feel similar, the play mechanic is completely different. In some respects, change is a good thing, though at the same time, the experiment isn't a complete success and is plagued by small problems that end up holding the experience back. Tactical Strike certainly looks the part of a SOCOM game.
Excerpt: SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike is the third entry in the SOCOM series to appear on the PSP after the two Fireteam Bravo games. Tactical Strike puts you in charge of a four-man team of special forces soldiers and gives you the challenge of rescuing the US ambassador to Panama from a group of insurgents that are hostile to the government of that Central American country.
Excerpt: The operative word in the alphabet soup that is SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs: Tactical Strike' s title is "tactical." For better or worse, it is not a shooter. This may come as a surprise to fans of Sony's successful SOCOM series. But if you go in expecting something between a real-time strategy game and a third-person action game, you can't help but admire Tactical Strike for trying something different -- and, more importantly, succeeding.
Conclusion: Like a sniper taking aim from out of nowhere, SOCOM: Tactical Strike sets sights on PSP and emerges as one of the year's best. Phenomenal visuals, tight tactical gameplay, and unparalleled multiplayer make this a must-have title
Conclusion: Che dire, questo Socom non passerà alla storia per uno dei più grandi di sempre, ma è senza dubbio un buon acquisto, un modo per “rilassarsi” come solo i giocatori di FPS sanno fare… Dopo aver corso a perdifiato evitando proiettili vaganti di ogni tipo, magari su un FPS casalingo, “Socom US Navy Seals Tactical Strike” potrebbe essere un bel modo di prendere fiato, e far lavorare i soldati al posto vostro, semplicemente impartendo ordini. Assolutamente da provare.