Before Halo would take players to Xbox Live, SOCOM introduced the console demographic to online multiplayer shooters, giving them a headset with the game to encourage tactical play. Yesterday Sony detailed the Full Deployment Edition for SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy Seals, which regrettably is missing a mic. On the bright side, this is actually a really great Move bundle, considering SOCOM 4 was one of the first games announced with Move support. Along with the game, the bundle includes the PlayStation Eye Camera, a Motion controller, a Navigation controller, and the PlayStation Move Sharpshooter. $150 is kinda steep, but it’s everything you need, and a little more (Killzone 3 plays fine with Move without any plastic gun peripheral), to get in on Sony’s take on motion controlled gaming.
Also, your SOCOM 4 Beta information should be coming next week for all of us who’ve already picked up Killzone 3 or plan to. SOCOM 4 is oscar mike April 19.