The servers for eight games in the SOCOM series will be shut down 31st August, 2012.
UPDATE: Sony has finally confirmed that Zipper Interactive is no more.
Your orders are in from command. "Use the TCA to have BRAVO mount the SOC-R near NAV point KILO."
Righto. Last time I mounted a SOC-R I had to hide it under the bed so me Mam didn't see the stains. And is NAV point KILO down the jitty and past the off licence?
Ho, ho, ho. Isn't war a laugh? I don't know what those bleeding hearts fret about. War's great for the economy and it has a marvellous entertainment value. Who doesn't love watching those military videos of schoolyards being levelled to the ground? They shouldn't hide WMOs under the climbing frames if they don't want them blowing up.
Sony is planning to start releasing downloadable map packs for SOCOM 3: US Navy SEALs this March in the USA - a month before the game is even released in Europe.
As the Japanese giant finalises plans for the launch of its next-generation PS3 console, Sony continues to expand its exclusive developer group with the acquisition of SOCOM: US Navy SEALs creator, Zipper Interactive.
The new SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs blog, created by Zipper Interactive and Sony Computer Entertainment America, has turned up some fresh info about the maps in the forthcoming tactical-action title.
A new blog has been started by Zipper Interactive and Sony Computer Entertainment America, chronicling information about SOCOM 3: U.S Navy SEALs.
A number of references to Bangladesh are to be removed from Sony Computer Entertainment America's forthcoming SOCOM 3: US Navy SEALs title, after reports of official complaints from the government of the country.
Government officials in Bangladesh are considering launching a lawsuit against Sony for branding the country a "terrorist state", according to a report on bangladesh-web.com.