Knowing there were issues on day 1 prompted us to hold off on reviewing SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation until some of the larger issues were dealt with. If Gaming Age were to grade the game then, it would have scored roughly a full letter grade lower than it has. If Slant Six is able to further solidify the game, and even expand on it with additional maps and content, it's possible the score would be jump up a tick. Therein lies the problem with reviewing ever evolving, online-only multiplayer games. If you like SOCOM or similar tactical, team-based military games, you really can't go wrong with SOCOM: Confrontation. It's solid enough to jump in and enjoy, and exceptionally deep and addicting once you get a hang of all the modes and team-play. The retail game/Bluetooth headset bundle is an excellent deal, and well worth the pick up even if you aren't sure about the game.