on 26-03-2011 06:28 PM
Can someone please explain to me what kind of game this is because its not Socom lol, the things I find funny is the classic mode, again I don't see anything that is classic about it, I thought after Confrontation this one would be a bonus, but to be honest I would rather go back to playing confrontation.
Why do they put things in it to do with Call Of Duty, I mean come on, are you guys really going lower your self to that bunch lol, no offence. Well I aint going to rant on more because there seems to be enough of that going on in here, wonder why lol.
Come on Zipper wake up, do your self a favor and start listening to your Socom vets or this game will die to.
Bring Socom Back To Its Roots
on 26-03-2011 06:54 PM
on 27-03-2011 02:08 AM
Move on this game is great, im addicted to the beta... also playing with PS Move is so fun. Love it.
He didn't say the game was bad, he said it is a bad excuse for a SOCOM game and im guessing you have no knowledge of what that means.
on 27-03-2011 06:11 PM
you say that like every change is better... some changes make it worst, and theres alot of those in S4...
No, I am merely saying there are some people who like things the way they are and are not receptive to any change whatsoever.
27-03-2011 06:38 PM - edited 27-03-2011 06:39 PM
SOCOM – 2,541,340 units (including headset SKU)
SOCOM II – 2,024,440 units
SOCOM 3 – 1,119,015 units
SOCOM: Combined Assault - 415,350 units
SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo (PSP) - 707,444 units
SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 2 (PSP) - 263,499 units
OK, so SOCOM 2 was sold when the PS2 had sold a lot so a bigger user base.
If S2 were a new release for PS3 today would it seel 2mil? I doubt it. Sooooo, is SOCOM 4 the game to sell 2 mil over its lifetime?
Reality is Zipper/Sony are trying to get the sales on an upward trend - if they need to steal ideas from other popular franchises then they're going to do that. Alienation of some vocal people on SOCOM.com is irrelevant to them in the grand scheme of things.
Personally, I like this game with a SOCOM badge.
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