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Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Zipper Interactive


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SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALs review

Reviewed February 09, 2006

enders_shadow16 says: "How can I write a review for a game that I’ve spent over 3,000 hours playing in the span of nearly two and a half years? How I write a review for a game that I know inside out and probably much better than the developers? Well, I tell you how freaking good it is, that’s how. "
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