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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Insurgents in Panama have kidnapped the ambassador. With full consent of the Panamanian government, you and the rest of your four-man SEAL team have been charged with his rescue! Evaluate your situation from your perspective on the ground, then plan your approach and execute your strategy, utilizing all of the capabilities of your four-man team. Lead your team through nine non-linear missions, each with different and complex objectives. The game was built from the ground up for the PSP, using the unique control scheme to allow you the most flexibility in your attack. Up to four players in Ad Hoc Mode make sure the action keeps coming!
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