IGN has interviewed Paul Pawlicki, producer at Sierra Entertainment, about their newly unveiled SWAT: Target Liberty. The PSP tactical game will feature a story much deeper than what the series has typically provided: "The SWAT PC games weren't heavy on story and we decided to change that with the PSP version. All we can reveal so far is that we recruited Scott Rosenbaum, writer and producer of The Shield, to help create our all-new narrative."
The story takes place throughout New York City, spanning twelve single-player missions. Players will visit a variety of landmarks, such as Grand Central Station and Ellis Island. Throughout, players will be forced to handle hostage situations, bomb diffusions, and other nerve-wracking situations.
Check out the complete IGN interview to find out more about this exciting addition to the PSP library.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
4-19-2007 @ 4:18PM
12 missions make it sound more like a mini game, unless they provide additional downloadable content and missions. only nintendo fans will eat up mini games as games, look at all the mini games on the wii or the mario party series, no other console has had that kind of success off mini games or they really sell well on.
4-19-2007 @ 5:26PM
Where does it say anything about mini-games? If the missions are 30+ minutes long, that's a lot of gameplay.
4-19-2007 @ 6:13PM
i dont know about u, but to me it reminds me of killzone. thats just me, and i agree. 12 lvls is more of a mini game.