Is every moment spent away from SOCOM 4 on the PlayStation 3 a lesson in agony and anxiety? Now available on the Android Market, the SOCOM Mobile HQ app is the free cure to what ails you, as long as you're up for a little challenge.
Zipper Interactive has released a new DLC pack for SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy Seals. The "Pro Assault Pack" includes three new maps and two new guns—and is absolutely free, for registered SOCOM Pro members. [SOCOM Blog]
Slinking through shadows solo, tossing bullet casings to distract, hiding bodies: SOCOM 4's few stealth levels offer a completely new take on the 9-year-old squad-based shooter series.
Players picking up SOCOM 4 for the PlayStation 3 on April 19 get a bonus in the form of early access to the Resistance 3 beta test. Just make sure the front of the box looks like this.
War video games let us pretend we're in movies. They may let us pretend we're in actual war, but come on, not really.
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy Seals is an upcoming tactical shooter for the PS3 that is in multiplayer beta. Want to know a good tactic? Use the shotgun.
SOCOM has always been a great shooter. It has also always had wonderful ways to humiliate the people to take down with headshots, shotgun blasts and pew, pew, pewing.
A warrior named "Forty-Five" is SOCOM 4's answer to stealth, a South Korean covert operative that can sneak up on enemies or take them out from afar. Park "Forty-Five" Yoon-Hee is also the game's only playable female character. But it's because of her stealthy abilities that Forty-Five gets a couple of her own…
Sony gives SOCOM fans a chance to gear up for the new age of motion-controlled shooters with the $150 Full Deployment Edition of SOCOM 4. What's inside?
SOCOM is a series that's all about cooperation, and in SOCOM 4 Zipper Interactive hands control of cooperative online multiplayer missions to the players, giving them free reign to create custom co-op campaigns.
The new SOCOM is like a lot of other sequels these days. It's changed just enough to worry fans of the older games, changed just enough to take a crack at a more popular competitor. SOCOM, meet Call of Duty.
Sony tells us today that SOCOM 4, for the PlayStation 3, will be out in North America on April 19.
Perhaps you want to get more use out of that 3D television or your PlayStation Move controller. Perhaps you simply just like the Killzone series. Or perhaps you want to play SOCOM 4 before it's released.
In case the official PlayStation Move handgun wasn't powerful enough, Sony today reveals the PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter, a $40 Killzone 3-friendly plastic housing for your Move and navigation controller. Or you could just buy the new jungle green Dualshock 3.
In this video we get a look at the full demo of the Playstation 3's SOCOM 4, which was playable at GamesCom this year.
Originally due some time this fall, Zipper Interactive's SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs is now penciled in for release some time next year. The developer confirmed today that it's delaying the PlayStation 3 game to give it some extra polish.
Bear McCreary, the man behind a wicked-cool name and the music of Battlestar Galactica, is working with developers Zipper to produce and record SOCOM 4's soundtrack. Better still, you have a chance to hang out with Bear at his secret studio next week.
This is Cullen Gray of NATO's International Security Force. He's going to be the lead performer in the upcoming SOCOM sequel. Sony published a small batch of screens, plus a profile of what makes the new Operations Commander tick.