SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs for PlayStation 3

SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs

Apr 19, 2011
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Content Rating: Mature


In South East Asia, a revolutionary army has seized control of a country bordering one of the world’s most vital waterways; threatening to disrupt the global economy. Your mission is to step into the well-worn boots of the Ops Com, a NATO Operations Commander of an elite, five-man squad. You must venture deep into inhospitable jungles, city streets and crumbling urban ruins to engage an army of rebel fighters and discover their plans. Although you’re vastly outnumbered, you’re armed with the latest weaponry and your men are second to none -- but do you possess the stealth, speed and tactical thinking to lead them to victory? Time is not on your side: you have just six days to complete your mission. To emerge victorious, you must lead from the front, maintain control of the situation and fight with sheer intensity.

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May 22, 2019
The story is kinda lackluster but this game was a technological success back in the day. PS Move was fun even if it was clunky at times. Just think of it as a linear worse Ghost Recon Wildlands

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15 Reviews
Jim SterlingApr 12, 2011
This is SOCOM 4. A game of three parts, two of which are awful/broken and one of which is too shallow because of the time spent developing the others. At best, it could hope to be a functional, if archaic, shooter. At its worst, it's a glitchy, laggy game that seems to be facing the exact same problems as its prequel, released three years ago.
Daniel BischoffApr 13, 2011
When I sat down to write, I was prepared to be more positive about SOCOM 4. Multiplayer and co-op make for a ton of fun and the game is built solid from the ground up, but don’t waste your money if you only plan on playing SOCOM 4‘s single-player campaign. Maybe you’ve already been playing the beta over PSN. If you’re enjoying that then SOCOM 4 is a must-buy.
Steve HaskeApr 19, 2011
And, because not every military shooter can be about WWIII with Russia or Korea, it's very refreshing to see a game where the heroes' primary objective is as comparatively mundane as protecting a vital shipping lane in East Asia. How's that for realism? Still, SOCOM 4 is mostly forgettable.

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