Battleship for Xbox 360
Xbox 360


May 15, 2012

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Battleship follows elite demolitions specialist Cole Mathis as he clashes against an aquatic-based extraterrestrial peril in the sand and sea of the beautiful Hawaiian archipelago. He uses his battle command to command the ships to battle against the alien fleet at sea. The human ships at sea are the Supercarrier Ronald Reagan, Battleship Missouri, Cruiser Yukan, Destroyer J. Q. Adams, Frigate Chesapeake, and Attack Submarine Laredo.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
Andrew HaywardMay 30, 2012
Battleship is easily conquered within just four hours, with no semblance of bonus missions or even a whiff of multiplayer. All for $60 – the same price this publisher attaches to its annual military blockbuster, which sports a bigger and bolder campaign, much better production values, and a multiplayer experience that keeps on giving. Battleship is little more than a checkmark on a to-do list; a completed contractual obligation. Just a handful of red pegs on a board, signifying a failed effort.
Ray CarsilloMay 17, 2012
The core of Battleship is fun and entertaining, and it makes you think that if Double Helix had a full-dev cycle, they could have put together a very memorable experience. As is though, Battleship feels half-finished and rushed out the door without any of the polish we’ve come to expect from a game with a $60 price tag.
Jason VenterMay 25, 2012
In the event that you are immune to the game's primary flaws, Battleship still stands to disappoint you because there are only seven redundant missions and no alternate modes available to keep you busy when you're done with the campaign. The next time you're in the mood to sink ships, try the board game instead.

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