Summary: The Good: Transition from PC to PSP is well done, great production values, good control setup, lots to do, deep tactical game play, fun multiplayer The Bad: Lock on targeting is a bit finicky, due to POV it's hard to see off-screen targets, a bit of a learning curve for controls It's weird to play a PC exclusive on a handheld. You're first impression is that it's going to be terrible. In this case Sierra really did a good job.
Summary: SWAT is fast and fun, packed with great amount of action and even better replay value. This is another fun game for the PSP. PROS: Level design is well done, highly detailed Your team AI and enemy AI is smart and never the same twice CONS: Short story Controls take time to adjust to, but still not well done overall this game gets a 4/5 it actually is more of a 3.5 but it's not a 3 so i gave it a four because of its great AI and replay value.
Summary: I rented this game after I wasn't sure about how it would be. However, after playing it for awhile, I have to say the game is very good. It is similar to Killzone Liberation also on the PSP. The game has some great features but also has some features that need to be fixed. The graphics are very good and some of the best on the PSP system that I have seen. The game experiences no slowdown and runs very smooth.
SWAT: Target Liberty (PSP): A Worthy SWAT Addition.
6 August 2008
Summary: Before I get into this review, let it be known to actually enjoy this game you need to be a fan of top down strategy games (an example being Killzone Liberation) and partially fond of the history of the SWAT games previous that were released on the PC. This PSP title is an extension of them, and suitable it's a good mix between strategy and those firefights you just can't avoid.