Steel Diver: Sub Wars for Nintendo 3DS
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Steel Diver: Sub Wars

Feb 13, 2014
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About this game

Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Battle against your friends in high-tension submarine warfare! Battle your friends* and the world in high-tension submarine combat! Command your submarine and crew either locally or over the internet** in four on four team battles. Unlock new submarines by increasing your online rank or by earning medals in offline single player missions. Hone your skills to perfect the art of warfare and rule the seas! An ocean of challenges await the nautically gifted in single player skirmishes. Call in an air strike with Morse code or take on a massive fleet… all on your own! As you rise in rank and status, assemble your submarine’s crew strategically, as each shipmate carries unique strengths and weaknesses that will alter your gameplay style.

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Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
6.54
7.80
Scott ThompsonMar 13, 2014
Steel Diver: Sub Wars is better and more focused than its precursor. The slow, calculated multiplayer matches afford plenty of opportunity for strategic fun, though the single-player mode is more a tutorial than a substantial component. While the premium content is substantial, offering many more submarines and the addition of customizable crews, free players aren’t at an insurmountable disadvantage.
Chris CarterFeb 24, 2014
Nothing is polished, from the almost unfinished sub models to the dreary-looking ocean depths with an even drearier draw instance. It's uncharacteristic for Nintendo, especially this late in the 3DS' lifecycle. The "morse code" chat system mechanic is awesome though, since it fits right into Nintendo's "safe" online methodologies and the theme of Sub Wars itself.
Marcel van DuynFeb 21, 2014
Whether or not you're willing to pay for some extra features, Steel Diver: Sub Wars features a highly enjoyable online multiplayer mode; that's something, perhaps, that the 3DS has missed so far. Since it's free, you have no excuse not to check it out — perhaps you'll even like it so much that you'll spend some money.

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