Leviathan: Warships Reviewed
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Hooked Gamers has posted a new review of Paradox Interactive's tactical action game, Leviathan: Warships. The game, which challenges players to assemble customized fleets of warships and weaponry, features cross-platform gameplay across all supported platforms.
From the review:
The somewhat confusing tutorial initially conspired against me getting really immersed into the game. I must admit to having played the first few campaign missions rather halfheartedly, not quite understanding what the game was about. On my first mission, I commanded a single ship and managed to sink my targets without too much of an effort. Easy peasy. The next mission, I lost horribly, despite having seen my fleet extended by an additional ship. Not quite sure what I could have done differently to come out victorious, I noticed that I had ship points that could be used to design my own ships as I saw fit.Click over to the link below to read more.
Hooked Gamers: Leviathan Warships Review
Suddenly I found myself creating highly specialized ships that were based on my own insights rather than those of the game’s creators. Using a hull of my own choosing, I distributed the remaining points by placing shields, rocket launchers and artillery on various mounting spots that were all on the same side of the ship. My strategy, aimed to reduce the amount of maneuvering of my ships while making them more potent, paid off handsomely. With almost double the firepower on one side, I formed a wall of, admittedly, lopsided looking ships that made short work of the incoming enemy. The strategy failed on my next mission, but it showed me a level of flexibility that I had not expected to find.
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