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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:13pm 28/04/11 | 0 Comments
Not only did Sony shoot through the PS3 debut of SOCOM 4, Special Forces, they did so with their newly designed Move and Navigation controller gun housing, shaped and designed to put you in the game even more.

Now usually such marketing hyperbole falls short (we all remember the Wii Zapper), but Chad took this baby for a spin and found the game more enjoyable with the peripheral than with just a regular controller. But, that's not always going to guarantee the software is worth the price of admission in the first place, as we discover with Special Forces.

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