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Teamwork and SOCOM

Post by NAME-LESS on Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:35 pm

Do you remember back in the day, when you pressed select and it didn't tell you who on your team was dead. I really liked that. I think it would be pretty cool if it came back, but was accompanied by not telling you when your teammates die, or even when your team gets a kill. That would put an emphasis on communication.

This isn't really related to the topic, but would't be nice if when you get shot in the stomach your character would then grab his stomach, instead of being a super soldier who continues to fire accurately and moving at top speed. Kind of like the way it started out.


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Post by Guest on Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:50 pm

yes, in socom 1 you would drop, then get up hunched over for a min
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Post by Admin on Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:09 pm

I don't know, I like my video games to be a bit Arcadey like Socom 2 was. It had a feel that I loved the best of all video games I have ever played. Just enough realism to keep you playing, but more on the Arcadey side when it came to game play.


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Post by RaginPhoenix on Thu Jan 20, 2011 2:18 pm

I agree man the feel of Socom 2 just felt right. Graphics didnt matter, the game was sound. But then again if you go back to not knowing who is dead or alive its hard to communicate that with the size of the maps these days. It prevents 2 against 1 camping show downs and I feel it actually enhances tactics by a team allowing them to assess the situation and change their strategy on the fly.

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Post by NAME-LESS on Fri Jan 21, 2011 2:19 am

I hear you. I like it either way, although I think it would be a nice UCRR option. More for a 4v4 situation where their isn't to many people to count.


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Re: Teamwork and SOCOM

Post by PAUL-AWOL- on Fri Jan 21, 2011 7:57 am

@RaginPhoenix wrote:I agree man the feel of Socom 2 just felt right. Graphics didnt matter, the game was sound. But then again if you go back to not knowing who is dead or alive its hard to communicate that with the size of the maps these days. It prevents 2 against 1 camping show downs and I feel it actually enhances tactics by a team allowing them to assess the situation and change their strategy on the fly.
I'm all about Map siz myself and I will be reporting back to everyone on how big Socom 4 Maps are.


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Post by whycreations on Fri Jan 21, 2011 8:15 am

I like some big maps .. but I do tend to like some of the smaller maps like Frost Fire and Fault ....




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Post by RaginPhoenix on Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:45 am

Big maps are decent but I believe what made socom successfull was the intense small scrums that happened on the smaller maps. Take fish hook for example, the battles of 2-3 at various entry points are what made that map so special. It really required strategy beyond just running as far as you can and sneaking in. One of the problems I had with Mag is that its hard to be tactical when its just a mosh pit of soldiers everywhere firing. Socom was successfull because it needed teamwork and communication. With 32 vs 32 it will be interesting to see how they emphasize teamwork and I hope the maps arent ridiculous as some were on Socom 3

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