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SWAT: Target Liberty review

New York is under attack... again


  • Commanding an army of three
  • Performing surgical strikes
  • Joy when assaults go as planned


  • Sluggish action
  • Fixed camera gets you killed
  • Erratic AI teammates get you killed

Oct 25, 2007

New York, New York%26hellip; the city so nice everyone wants to blow it up. What is it with the Big Apple and game developers wanting to blast chunks out of it? This month SWAT: Target Liberty uncovers another terrorist plot to cripple the city.

On PSP though, things are done on a smaller scale. As with Guerrilla's Killzone: Liberation, SWAT switches viewpoints from the FPS perspective of the popular PC games to an isometric, top-down angle. The camera pans with the action, settling on the best view; even when you guide your team behind objects they're still visible thanks to a nifty blue outline. You won't lose NY's finest in this game.

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DescriptionDespite its diminutive size, SWAT offers a big experience, with a solid reward system that will keep you coming back for more.
US censor ratingTeen
UK censor rating
Release date:16 October 2007 (US), (UK)
Available platforms:PSP
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