Sony President Shuhei Yoshida says that despite the closure of original developer Zipper Interactive the ‘SOCOM’ franchise could still continue.
An ex-Zipper Interactive employee shares a little bit of what went into the events leading up to the release of ‘SOCOM 4’ and why it inevitably failed.
Sony has officially announced they have closed Zipper Interactive, a developer that focused heavily in the tactics-based shooter genre with titles like ‘SOCOM’.
‘SOCOM 4’ wasn’t the biggest success for Zipper Interactive, and recent reports suggest that the Sony-owned studio may be closing down in the near future.
The Weekly Game Trailer Roundup for March 2nd features new videos from ‘Hitman: Absolution’, ‘Unit 13’, ‘Ghost Recon Online’, ‘Shoot Many Robots’, ‘SSX’, as well as a blooper real of Tim Schafer joking around.
After months of speculation, Sony finally unveils their first party line-up for the European PlayStation Vita launch, and let us say it is looking good. Read on for the complete list.
A month after the release of ‘SOCOM 4,’ it is being reported that the game’s developer Zipper Interactive has laid off 33 of its employees.
‘SOCOM’ has long since been known for its multiplayer, but ‘SOCOM 4’ promised an equally compelling single player experience. Read our review to see how it fares.
The new ‘SOCOM 4’ Solo trailer showcases how cinematic the narrative has gotten with this new SOCOM game.
Check out this walkthrough video for ‘SOCOM 4’ that highlights the strategic advantages of using the sharpshooter attachment combined with the PlayStation Move controller.
Fans of the ‘SOCOM’ series will be happy to witness the return of corpse dances in this newest trailer for ‘SOCOM 4.’
Fans of the online-focused shooter will be surprised to see the trophies for ‘SOCOM 4’ favor the single player and custom missions.
Details about a new multiplayer mode called bomb squad accompany official multiplayer beta dates for the tactical squal based shooter, and PS3 exclusive, ‘Socom 4’.
Socom 4’s release is just under 2 months away and Sony wants gamers to jump back into tactical combat by literally holding a gun in their hands.
Sony has announced a release date for ‘Socom 4’ and issued a new trailer that showcases some of the game’s mulitplayer maps.
While US gamers will need a copy of ‘Killzone 3’ in order to gain ‘SOCOM 4’ beta access, UK gamers need only a PlayStation Plus membership.
After having been delayed into 2011 and missing the launch of the PlayStation Move, it looks like squad-based shooter ‘SOCOM 4’ will finally be releasing in April.