November 8th, 2005, 20:16 Posted By: wraggster
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After the recent release of S.O.C.O.M 3 on PS2, the U.S. Navy Seals have taken their team-based tactical stealth action over to the PSP. For the first time ever you can have 16 player battles on your handheld, either through ad hoc or online gameplay, and all on the games 12 brand new PSP exclusive multi-player maps. Furthermore, there's two exclusive handheld multi-player modes that weren't in the PS2 title either, the first of which is deathmatch titled "Free For All", while the second is named "Captive". Protecting your hostages from the opposite team, captive mode is very similar to "suppression" from SOCOM 3, but here players can be brought back to life after being killed. Those who do also have SOCOM 3 however, can unlock extra multi-player skins, weapons and more by syncing mission data through a USB connection.
Single player wise, as the SEAL commander, you and your team can work through 14 missions, then replay it afterwards in an entirely new way through the "Instant Action" option, with different objectives, enemy and object placement. Many such missions take place in a new PSP exclusive area, Chile, and you can customize all missions to your favorite types like hostage rescue, demolition and others. Helping keep the action portable friendly, there's multiple save points, which also eliminate having to replay a failed mission from the beginning. To ensure the PSP don't lose out despite missing some extra triggers and an entire analog stick too, some functions are mapped to simply double tapping a button or such, and work great. Lastly there's also a lock-on system, but ensuring SOCOM stays strategic, those using it while running will have less chance of hitting than someone standing still. Well now that you've been briefed; get ready to gear up and head on into battle this week with SOCOM: FireTeam Bravo on PSP!
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