Pocket Gamer: Silent Hunter Review

Pocket Gamer:

Silent Hunter, whether good or bad, has at least made a little bit of history just by being released. Though its World War II setting is hardly original or, superficially at least, groundbreaking, there aren't many games that charge you with playing through the conflict from Nazi Germany's point of view.

Rather than making a political point, however, Silent Hunter never ventures beyond its chosen battlefield - the sea.

Indeed, considering the mythos that surrounds the successes of German U-boats in the first few years of the war, the game's Kriegsmarine setting seems entirely apt, leading to a brand of submarine warfare that has much to offer.

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