Review by Trenton Whitaker
- Strategy (2)
- Author: Stephen Curry
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They worship the warship
Welcome to the grim and dangerous world of future. World, where a major disaster occurred leaving smoldering ashes of what used to be our blooming civilization. A planetary deluge has washed away the continents, countries and cities, leaving merely tiny islands of land over which people have to struggle now.
And only those who have the biggest and top-tier, scientifically upgraded fleet can survive in Battle Warship: Naval Empire.
It's a naval strategic online game in which you'll have to:
- Deal with the pirates, by sinking their rusty vessels to the bottom of the ocean, where they can say "Hello" to Sponge Bob.
- Hunt and kill the marine monsters.
- Partake in the massive naval battles with other players.
- Unlock, collect and upgrade warship, carriers etc.
- Manage your finances and Uranium wisely.
- Defend your base. And honor.
The game has a pretty decent versatility, so the unit classes available include:
And each class has a variety of units for every taste, budget and destruction thirst! Steel Predator, Pirate terminator, CAIC Z-10, Vulcan v2 - the unit names just can't fail to inspire you become the next Supreme Admiral of Battle Warship: Naval Empire!
Pay-to-win or Fight-to-win?
Although Battle Warship: Naval Empire is free to download, it features multiple microtransactions. A lot of players have been complaining that the game can be quite expensive, requiring from you up to $500-1000 investments in order to stay on top.
Moreover, most of the important and global game events - like massive battles - occur when it's nighttime in America.
At the same time game-developers claim that taking down a stronger player, who paid for fancy warship and equipment, is hard, but possible. Successful operation will need:
- An alliance of players.
- Strategy developed in advance.
- Well-coordinated action.
- Using Tier-1 ship for defense and attack carriers for offense (against the enemy's base).
As a result the arrogant super-strong enemy may lose the whole battle or at least a number of high tier (T2/T3) warship, which is also a considerable casualty.
Battle Warship: Naval Empire is a nicely designed and animated game. It has a post-apocalyptic touch to it, so the warship and base platforms/facilities bear a noticeable portion of brutality. Guess being sentimental doesn't help surviving in the ocean-flooded world.
The movement and attack animations are on a decent level and illustrated with plausible audio effects that let your brain know that the battle is serious. And whenever your salvo hits the enemy good, the screen shakes a little bit, providing more realistic feel and kinesthetic satisfaction.
Battle Warship: Naval Empire is a wonderful, but a little expensive naval strategy. It has a gorgeous art style, very decent special effects and a pretty large community. Though the latter is mostly centered in Asia, thus causing a slight disarray in the player community because of the different time zones.
But still, it's pretty tempting. So, ahoy, admiral!
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