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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 2 (2006)

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Sandman (voice)
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Lonestar (voice)
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Wraith (voice)
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Bronco (voice)
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Aiken O'Rourke (voice)
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Ismail Karim (voice)
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Dato Bakhtadze ...
Druglord (voice)
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Adjiki Defense Minister (voice) (as Edward Skolinikov)
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Wherever Freedom is Threatened, the SEALs are there.

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The Best of the Best so Underrated.
3 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is simply the best SOCOM i've played out of the six installments. I love the new system they have with the local infulence used to earn weapons and data, and the CE points used to buy weapons, weapon attachments, and clothing to customized your character for online play.

You can choose 1 of 3 teammates whenever you want for what ever mission you want.

Lonestar - Sniper (as known as your teammate from Fire Team Bravo 1.)

Wraith - Close Quarter Battles expert (Teamate in SOCOM: Mobile Recon)

Bronco - Heavy Machine Gunner (Character from SOCOM: Mobile Recon)

The sound is still stunningly realistic.

The action is still there, but is a little more tense than in the previous installments.

And Lonestar's comical comments are still good for a laugh.

Overall i give it a 10 out of 10. I recommend you buy this. Especially if you're a fan of the series.


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