Video games have almost covered every facet of modern day war in recent years, apart from naval combat. Think about it – tanks, planes and infantry combat have been covered ad nauseam over the years, care of Ace Combat, Battlefield, Call of Duty, World of Tanks and the like, but for some reason or another naval warfare hasn’t been pursued with anywhere near as much vigour. Sure you’ve got Ubisoft’s Silent Hunter series, but when you simply want to take control of a hulking, floating battleship mass capable of sinking a small island with missiles, lasers, and artillery there really isn’t a lot of choice out there.
Hands On | Leviathan: Warships
Enter Leviathan: Warships, a multiplayer-centric turn-based strategy game which offers players the chance to control their own flotilla of doom in a simple, easy-to-understand manner.