The game is really good for a tactical military game; it features a Multiplayer game by using the PSP's Ad-Hoc system to connect to the Internet. Also, the game has good aspects as well as bad ones, like any other video game that we play.
Plot. The SOCOM, a team of the most skilled members of the Navy SEALs are sent to different missions around the world. The game has not continuous storyline throughout the campaign, but it's split into four different ones where the SOCOM fight against the terrorists.
Concept. Though not having a continuous storyline, campaign is split into four different parts. In Chile, Sandman and Lonestar must prevent a band of rebels from taking over the country, while in the Middle East they must rescue the president, and then prevent a terrorist organization from unleashing a lethal virus that was smuggled.
Design. The graphics are like a PS2 game but with a lower resolution. However, during some scenarios, graphics are rendered in 3D. Though not as high, it still gives a good fitting to the environments in the game. The levels are well lit, but when fighting enemies in the dark, you can activate a night vision. To me, the graphics of the game are well made for a PSP game.
Sound and Voice Acting. The sounds of the game were amazing and the voice acting was very good. The theme of the game was really good, and it sounded more epic, like a movie about war and the best soldiers of the country fighting in it.
Rantings. What I do not like about this game is that the sniping mechanics are very excruciating, and it is very difficult to handle. Because of that, I failed some objectives that require only stealth. Another thing that's bad, is that the campaign version is too short, and also, the story was not very well developed.
Good Aspects. This is a very good PSP shooter game. The Multiplayer is really good, when you want to play with friends or people from around the world online. It has a lot of replay value, and it is a must have if you're a fan of SOCOM.
Overall. SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo gets a 7 out of 10