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Good: Looks nearly as good as the series does on PS2
Bad: Auto-aim is kinda lame
Worth It for Multiplayer Chatter: The new PSP headset-mic
Crispin: If SOCOM 3 for the PS2 is a steely-eyed, terrorist-terminating commando, this first PSP installment in the military-approved shooter series is his spazzy little brother who plays war by making machine-gun noises with his mouth. Try the default difficulty and you'll see why. You'll run from enemy to enemy, killing each with a button press, ticking off simple mission objectives that rarely require the skulk-through-the-shrubbery strategies of the big-console version.
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