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- Command your teammate in 14 different single-player missions, designed with detailed plots and varied mission objectives
- Four international Areas of Operation (AO) - including an exclusive Chile AO
- Instant Action single-player missions allow players to rapidly replay mission maps with new objectives and randomized enemy and objective placement
- Traditional SOCOM team-based tactical stealth action gameplay with sophisticated AI enemy and AI behavior
- All-new streamlined control scheme, optimally designed for PSP - It offers quick teammate commands and realistic lock-on targeting for enemy acquisition
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As the SEAL commander, players are supported by an AI teammate executing traditional SOCOM team-based tactical, stealth, and action gameplay. After successfully completing a level, players can replay the mission in an entirely new way through the "Instant Action" option, with different objectives, enemies, and object placement.
In addition, multiple players can form clans and take on their friends for team-based high-action gameplay in SOCOM Fireteam Bravo via a Wi-Fi connection.
- Command your teammate in 14 different single-player missions, designed with detailed plots and varied mission objectives.
- Four international Areas of Operation (AO). Chile is exclusive to SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo.
- "Instant Action" single-player missions allow players to rapidly replay mission maps with new objectives and randomized enemy and objective placement.
- Players can also customize these missions to play their favorite mission types (i.e. hostage rescue, demolition, etc.).
- Streamlined control scheme is optimally designed for PSP, and offers quick teammate commands and realistic lock-on targeting for enemy acquisition.
- Traditional SOCOM team-based tactical stealth action gameplay with sophisticated AI enemy and teammate AI behavior.
- More than 30 authentic weapon and equipment options offer players the ability to customize their SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo gameplay experience.
- Multiple save points eliminate having to replay a failed mission from the beginning.
- The "crosstalk" feature enables players who successfully complete cross-title objectives to advance more rapidly and affect mission structure in both SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo and SOCOM 3 by synching mission data across PSP and PlayStation 2 through a USB connection.
- Multiplayer: players can team up and compete with friends in Ad Hoc and Infrastructure Modes through a Wi-Fi connection.
- Association with the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command ensures authentic and realistic SEAL gameplay and mission designs.
Top Customer Reviews
Bottom Line: Great game with minor drawbacks.
Should they have?
SOCOM Fireteam Bravo came out shortly after SOCOM 3 for the Playstation 2, and to me in many ways it is better.
The Good: Nice graphics, Nice level design, Decent selection of guns, UNBELIEVABLE ONLINE PLAY, solid single player, connects to PS2 for SOCOM 3 and Fireteam Bravo unlockables, can hear other players without mic while playing online.
The Bad: Few glitches, repetetive missions at time, not nearly as many guns as SOCOM 2 or 3, Need another mic to talk online, take a lot of bullets to kill someone, lock on feature can make newbies kings, hard to throw grenades unless you're used to its strange style.
SOCOM Fireteam Bravo delivers a lot more than I anticipated. 14 great missions, pretty solid graphics, awesome online play. ( Usually 10-25 thousand people are on all day every day! )
Graphics: 8/10. Many think that the graphics are bland for this game. They are certainly not as good as other PSP titles, but they still are fantastic. The characters don't show much style and texture, but the enviroments sure are great.
Sound: 9/10. Similar to SOCOM 2 and 3 in many ways as far as the sound goes. The guns sound great, the foot steps, grenades, voices, all great. The only downfall is that there is no music during games online.Read more ›
The missions are cool, and the game is user-friendly as far as the difficulty is concerned.
Much, much better than I could have imagined. Fans of the series, or of "Ghost Recon" will love this.
Everyone has said or will say this first; "Socom on PSP? How would that work with only 1 analog stick?" They might even say; "Sony is just trying to cash in on a franchise hit." Well if they are just trying to cash in, what's your address Sony, let me send you some extra money cause you deserve it!
Socom on the PSP is very strange at first, having to adjust to the controls. As I was reading the manual, I thought to myself, omg - I hope I can take this game back. The analog is used to move you forward and back, and turn left and right. Hold down the L button while using the analog and it becomes forward and back and strafe left and right. Hold down the R button to lock onto targets and X to shoot. While locked on targets, press L to switch between other available targets within range. Locked on targets are not sure hits, get down on one knee or go prone to increase your accuracy. If you decide to Run and Gun using the lock-on, then better bring extra ammo. This all seems very complicated at first, but after 20-30 minutes of playing I was able to make the adjustment - I have to say, to my surprise, this control setup actually works and works well!
FTB (Fireteam Bravo) takes place in conjunction with the Socom 3 missions and stories. A pair of seals (Sandman and Lonestar) take side missions to help Specter's squad accomplish their mission objectives. As you complete the campaign mode, you get opportunities to complete cross-talk objectives that you can later synchronize with Socom 3 on your PS2 to unlock weapons, accessories and help with mission objectives! Yes, this works in the reverse as well.Read more ›
Graphics: 9/10 it has great graphics without any lag during high action play. the minor problem is that every thing is quite dull and dark. The enviornments are very detailed and looks great.
Controls: 10/10 The controls were great and were very easy to get used to. This is my first SOCOM game and I literally learned the controls in 2 minutes. I'm not a big gamer and am not too good at games; yet they were very easy. The freelook mode (the aiming mode basically) is a little too sensitive. It doesn't move very smoothly side to side and up and down when you are sniping. It still doesn't change the fact that its a great game.
Gameplay: 10/10 The online games are very fun and the game is full of action and is an edge on your seat game. You can further the action during online play with the psp headset. It is just 20 dollars, The single player campaign mode is just as exciting. Its not just all shooting. You have to disable generators, take out radios, obtain terrorist maps and reports too. You can also choose out several commands for Lonestar to do. Ex: breach door, cover target, kill target, disable generator, etc. You can have a wide assortment of guns and can pick up dead enemies too. For beginners, there is a tutorial and hints during missions to guide them along.
Loading times: 9/10 It takes about 10 seconds to load a mission and the menus. This isn't too long because you don't have to wait anymore.
Sound: 10/10 The sound is very realistic. Civilians will talk and enemies shout in their native language. The music is like a rock genre and is pretty good. If you get a headset for online play, the sound is very clear even though you may be playing with people across the U.S. In a nutshell, it's wonderful.
Overall: 10/10 A very good and fun game. Recommended for everyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The package is sealed nicely, and delivery was speedy. Graphics look great on PSP!!Published 14 months ago by Nicholas Cimmento
This was a pretty fun game for the PSP. I still break it out from time to time when I'm feeling a need for a PSP retro fix.Published 16 months ago by Dr. Tom's Reviews