CrispyGamer writes: "Remember the dot-com bubble? When every man, woman and child was investing in the future of this crazy series of tubes Al Gore dubbed the Internet? That's the era of PC gaming that Sony's SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation seems to have come from. In those halcyon days of computing, it seemed like every PC game was unfinished -- arriving with a little note regarding missing features or hungrily downloading a giant patch on day one to get you to the start screen. It made people hate PC gaming so much that many turned to consoles. Enter PlayStation 3 and this iteration of SOCOM: a game so perfectly broken and lacking in content that it might just send PS3 gamers happily scurrying back to their PCs".