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Submitted by Lavalamp 411d ago | review

Leviathan: Warships Review | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: "I haven’t tested the waters for a couple of weeks now and I’m keen to see if my beam-powered attack squadrons have set a trend, or if they’ll be immediately countered by some new devilry. Considering the size of Leviathan, the random nature of critical hits and the apparent paucity of content, it manages to reward careful planning and deal out unexpected blows, and that’s reason enough to make a few brief daily visits worthwhile." (Leviathan Warships, PC) -

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