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SWAT: Target Liberty (PSP)

SWAT: Target Liberty (PSP)
alaScore 75

14 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for SWAT: Target Liberty (PSP)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 user reviews of SWAT: Target Liberty (PSP) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) on Amazon.com.

67% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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SWAT: Target Liberty

 

Tactical shooters are one of my favorite video game genres so I was pretty excited when SWAT: Target Liberty came across my desk. Unfortunately, no thanks to a tricky targeting system, inefficient AI and repetitive mission design, my enthusiasm for the...

Having enjoyed the SWAT franchise on the PC, I really wanted to like Target Liberty, but it misses the mark by a fair margin. Some ideas, such as the skill advancement and cover system, are underdeveloped while others, like the targeting system and...

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SWAT: Target Liberty

 

Nobody said being a cop was easy, but surely it should be more fun than a dreary hike through a glorified dungeon crawl.

Solid command interface; decent scenery; hidden collectibles

Few real tactical opportunities; dull and monotonous; very short

Base idiocy isn't restricted to bad guys with guns, either. Civilian hostages will frequently refuse to cooperate until you to apply the butt of a rifle to a face. Meanwhile, a strangely arbitrary penalty system docks you points every time you take...

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SWAT: Target Liberty

 

Sierra's gritty SWAT series makes its PSP debut with a new approach designed specifically for the handheld. Instead of a first-person viewpoint, Target Liberty features a third-person perspective set high above the environment. Players slip into the Kevla

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SWAT: Target Liberty (Sierra)

 

The game concept sounds great on paper

But if your AI teammates can't even jump over a box, you can't even play the game in the first place

Target Liberty will only serve to frustrate even the most die hard of tactical shooter fans.

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SWAT: Target Liberty

 

How about targeting fun instead?

Actually, that last one isn't so much your responsibility as it is Sierra's. But unfortunately the game doesn't do much to meet that obligation, despite a noble attempt

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