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'SOCOM II: U.S. Navy Seals' (PS2) - Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 10, 2003 @ 3:45 p.m. PDT

In SOCOM II, players don combat threads and tactical prowess as an elite SEAL commander in the solo mode. You bark orders through the accompanying voice-recognizing headset (sold separately), you move in the shadows with pin-drop precision, and you don’t evacuate until every last objective is scratched off the list. Twelve epic, international missions are your theater, spanning the globe from intense urban cities to the thick jungles of South America (thanks Read more for some small screens ...

Beyond the single player bouts, wherein you are the guiding force, SOCOM II was designed specifically with the online addict in mind. Supporting up to 16 gamers, there are five mission types to choose from, clan rankings, Medals of Merit, friends' lists (for easy location of your buddies), and the much-lauded ability to radio in air strikes.

100% unmatched authenticity is the goal of this game. The association with Naval Special Warfare continues to provide the most realistic military strategy gameplay around.

Features :

  • Confront deadly enemies with the most skilled Special Ops force ever assembled, including collaboration with (Russian) Spetznaz and (British) SAS groups.
  • Battle the world's terrorists in 12 intense missions, including operations in Brazil, Russia, Albania and Algeria. ยท Command and strategize with SEALs and other special operations forces with a SOCOM-compatible headset (sold separately).
  • Lead your SEAL team in single player mode, or exchange fire with and against up to 16 total players via enhanced online gameplay - including five mission types, clan rankings, Medals of Merit, friends' lists, and the ability to call in air strikes.
  • Association with Naval Special Warfare Command ensures realistic SEAL gameplay.

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