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Combined Assault is a classic SOCOM game, it has it's highs, and definitely has its lows.The singleplayer section of the game is just as entertaining as the rest of the Socom franchise games, it has an in-depth story and an array of weapons and objectives that will keep you occupied whether you play it through on admiral or ensign. The Combined Assault multiplayer is really why people buy this game; it is yet another xbox-live challenging game with an excellent online lobby service.However, this...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
The real question you need to ask yourself before buying SOCOM U.S. Navy Seals: Combined Assault is how much you're willing to pay for an expansion pack to SOCOM 3. Harsh? Maybe, but hear me out. SOCOM: Combined Assault marks the 4th installment in the popular online shooter for the PS2. It also marks the last installment on the current system, which might cause people to think they're going to go out with a bang, but after playing thru the lengthy single player ca...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
I have been a fan of the SOCOM franchise right from the beginning. Played through SOCOM 1, 2, 3, and Confrontation inside and out and i eventually got my hands on SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 1 and 2 for the PSP. Now with SOCOM: Combined Assault, many people think Zipper finally made the "SOCOM 3" that the people want.First let us take a look at the campaigns story. If you played the other SOCOM's in the series you probably know whats going to happen in the campaign. A Mercenary organization is ter...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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