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SWAT: Target Liberty is a third person, tactical shooter video game developed by 3G Studios, Inc. exclusively for the PSP. It was released on October 16, 2007 for North America [1] and on October 26th 2007 for Europe.

The game is the first in the SWAT series to be released on the handheld and features a storyline written by Scott Rosenbaum, who has written for The Shield.

StoryEdit

SWAT officer Kurt Wolfe, at first, was assigned to take down renewed Asian gang violence led by ethnic Korean-Americans. But later on, he and his team discovers that Al-Qaeda forces are planning to pin the blame on the North Korean government for the explosion of a nuclear weapon on American soil. [2]

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GameplayEdit

Target Liberty features an isometric perspective, similar to SWAT 2, though the game leans toward a more arcade-like experience to better fit a handheld system.

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