Battle Group 2

Battle Group 2

If you love old school type action shooters such as Battleships or 1942 then you’re going to love Battle Group 2 as it combines the best of those, it’s so easy to just pick up and play with no complicated controls or instructions and with minimal setup as well so you’ll be up and playing in a couple of minutes. In fact it’s such a breeze that any fool can play it.

This is strictly a single player game with 30 stages in the campaign and starts off very easy and gets progressively more difficult with each stage that you complete, there are no difficulty options so everyone plays the same game. Each stage is very short and your job is to control a single ship at the start and two ships after your have upgraded to fend off various waves of planes and helicopters which can be shot down with your ships guns or missiles which can also be upgraded at the end of every stage when your scores and rewards are displayed. You control a primary ship which is your main weapon and a support ship which offers backup and there are a total of 8 ships that you can collect and use throughout the game.

Real player with 24.2 hrs in game

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Despite the name, there really is not much “navy” involved except the overall setting. What this really is is skeet shooting. You don’t move, you simply mow down defenders before they can reach you, much like the good old “Missile Command” except your perspectives shift a bit: enemies can now come from the sides, top, bottom, even from behind. AND you get a secondary ship with some fancy stuff like missile decoy, escort fighters, and so on. And then there are special abilities such as satellite support (i.e. zap all the missiles or all the enemies at once), then there are the boss fights.

Real player with 21.9 hrs in game

Battle Group 2 on Steam

Battlestations: Midway

Battlestations: Midway

Where the game is lacking the charm with refinement of the details, it wins it back with the overall complexity of the game process, making you believe what you’re really get into US Pacific fleet operations… Even closer than the participants themselves - due to all the variety of battle functions, aspects of interactions between all kinds of ships, planes and other units.

War never changes, you know. We may agree on the point it is disgusting, and brings all kinds of bad things (especially if you’ve witnessed some of them closely). But, on the other end, wars usually tends to remain the main shows for the whole life of the people who was there. Nothing comes close enough in reflecting this, neither the books, nor the films about it… But complex war games such as Battlestations - now, that’s a huge step to get the feeling of the gross events your grand and grand-grand parents (could probably) saw with their own eyes. Next step closer will be addition of smells and constant feeling of fear for your life, and one more - real bombardment of your neighbourhood with artillery and strategic aviation. Which is too extreme, I assume.

Real player with 70.1 hrs in game

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☐ Masterpiece

☐ Beautiful

✓ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Will do

☐ Bad

☐ Awful

☐ Paint.exe


☐ Try not to get addicted

☐ Very good

✓ Good

☐ Nothing special

☐ Ehh

☐ Bad

☐ Just don’t


☐ Eargasm

✓ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ Earrape


☐ Kids

✓ Teens

✓ Adults

☐ Everyone

—{PC Requirements}—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Minimum

✓ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer


☐ Just press a bunch of buttons

Real player with 36.4 hrs in game

Battlestations: Midway on Steam

Ship Simulator: Maritime Search and Rescue

Ship Simulator: Maritime Search and Rescue

I would really like to give this game a thumbs up because it highlights people who are rarely thought of and do a very difficult job but i can’t as the game has kept crashing sometimes after 1 hour of gameplay and it’s made me start the mission again, even with the 4x speed i don’t like having to do the same mission twice when i’ve got it right already. Also i don’t like the limited pad support even though this has been explained by one of the devs, the last thing i don’t like is the low fps i get with the graphics on fantastic and the resolution on 1920 - 1080 my pc is large enough to handle this. I think the storyline is very good and the game has a lot of potential but in to-days game market i feel the game should have had more testing before it’s release. I will still enjoy playing the game inbetween crashes and hope the devs can sort the problems out soon as I feel it would be terrible for them to abandon this (simply for the subject). A little note for the devs please sort this game out so I can recommend it as I would like to do that but can’t at the moment. I also think some kind of auto or manual save option during missions would help.

Real player with 41.0 hrs in game

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First note, that despite the very suggestive title, this is not associated with the game Ship Simulator Extremes that you can also buy on steam, and is developed by a different company. This is both a good and bad thing - it’s good because there are many, many fewer graphical bugs and general slowness than you get from the classic ship simulator, but it has problems that I’ll get into later.

My biggest concern with the game is the ship physics. They just don’t feel right - a long endurance rescue vessel seems more like a small boat, and the boat feels terrible at low speeds, because of how it moves in the wrong direction when trying to steer. This might be realistic, but it sure doesn’t seem like it.

Real player with 19.6 hrs in game

Ship Simulator: Maritime Search and Rescue on Steam

Tempest: Pirate Action RPG

Tempest: Pirate Action RPG

Q: Why is being a pirate so addictive?

A: Because when ye lose yer hand, ye get hooked!

‘Tempest: Pirate Action’ takes us to a timescape where the tantalizing tall tales of tanalised tallship tars turn true! This is one of my favourite PC games to date, along with ‘The Pirate: Caribbean Hunt’ and ‘Naval Action’. That’s partly because I love square-rigger sailing ships and 1700s maritime history and lore. Of these three games, I consider Tempest the most imaginitive and atmospheric.

This open world game is much better than I expected, based on the YouTube reviews. Various aspects of the game have been much improved since those reviews were posted. The ship-capturing boarding action, for example, is now vastly better, with fully mobile, realistic fighting characters, one of which, you fully control, so you can take part in the melee, close and personal, from a 3rd-person perspecive. That’s something that neither ‘Naval Action’ nor ‘The Pirate: Caribbean Hunt’ can boast.

Real player with 204.5 hrs in game

Score : 55-60/100

Unfortunately it is ““NOT”” a full pirates game.

If you’re looking for a real pirates game this one will disappointed you.

Good points:

  • Graphic is acceptable

-Ship easy upgrade

-Some of the special items were good designed

-Ship fighting is ok ( Only to those who just enjoy firing cannon balls )

-Auto picking up design

-Time speed up design

Weak points :

***One of the greatest weak point is : this game have “NO” save and worst of all …….there’re traps that didn’t looks like a trap that we will lost 1/4 or even 1/2 of our most experience crews without warning !!!!! 0 . Though we can still play the game without a save file.

Real player with 148.2 hrs in game

Tempest: Pirate Action RPG on Steam

Das Boot: German U-Boat Simulation

Das Boot: German U-Boat Simulation

Okay so ive been waiting for this game for like a few days right ive always liked sub games/under water games (Subnatica, we need to go deeper, ect ect) The game takes like a few hours to know the controls good enough to actually play it, I under stand this game was made 30 years ago but so is doom so if you want to play a old game i recommenced doom however the fact i played the game for like 20 minutes i recommend it and even though i refunded the game i STILL recommend it its a okay game but i guess im to much of a youngster who dang-nab bit cant understand how to move the boat forward (not a lie i spent like 10 mintes (half my time) trna figure out how to move forward) its a game were it takes a actual Manuel to play it and i dont like reading so i cant rate this game truly because i didnt even play it but ill still rate it 4/10 like i said i dotn even know how to move ima recomend it but you should come to your own conclusion

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Das Boot: German U-Boat Simulation on Steam



BE AWARE! FOR GAMING VETERANS ONLY. This thing is not for newbies. There is no modern graphic technologies and other useless bullshit you are waiting for. Start The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Deep Purple, Creedence Clearwater Revival and welcome to the Jungle !!!

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

‘Mistah Kurtz - he dead’

It’s time to go back up the river. It’s time for one more mission. It’s time for Gunboat

Games need more switches. There are power switches for the engines. You can feel the boat come to life. Each gun has its own safety. Cruising through villages with the safety off has a threatening weight to it. Theres even a spotlight. Nothing is passive. You are Gunboat

Operating the entire PBR by yourself is easily mapped Z to M. From a 180 view in the cabin to the bow, main and aft guns, quickly jumping from one position to the next lets you become the too old for this **** captain to the kid manning the .50 cal passing around a picture of his new baby back home. Theres blocky beauty and danger around every bend all under a gorgeous and memory saving black sky. Become the forefront of naval superiority. Become Gunboat

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Gunboat on Steam

Naval Warfare

By Jove have I ever seen a pretty game.

Naval Warfare strikes me as a game that tries for a certain balance between both satisfying, in-depth, skill based gameplay and enormous gratuitous explosions. Suffice to say it hits that mark. Despite plenty of checkpoints and fairly generous power ups this game genuinely feels challenging to play - which makes it even more satisfying to watch a ship sink below the waves.

Now, as I said earlier, this game is pretty. Really pretty. (You may wish to glance at the screenshots above at this point) The game is tagged as “Steampunk”, a title I will happily say it earns. Unlike many others, who grab a few gears, brass and a bucket of oil, stick them on an airship, give it to a lady wearing a corset and metal goggles (seriously why would you ever make your goggles out of metal), then proceed to slap the steampunk label on it; this game has clearly thought put into it’s art and design. Everything from an aircraft to enourmous battleships and artillery cannons fit together perfectly.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

this game has horrible mouse control and voice acting, alot of the options menu wont even work, the progression system makes no sence, the first boss battle is badly made and the rest of the boss battles are just puzzles with a bit of shooting that still makes no sence outside of blind shooting, at times you cant use some support boats because of the reason of no, the one part of the game that i bought it for that i saw in the show case video was short and poorly made, the story was crap, the cut scenes were out of synk cut out and did not fit the art style, some of the boats are made of pure bull shit (play and you would know), the ending was pointless and had the worst twist, its never explains the back story of why the word is water, you travle from the polls of the world to the equator in no time flat, the AI is as dumb as bricks, the w a s d keys are some how side ways, and it looks like shit.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

Naval Warfare on Steam

Battlestations Pacific

Battlestations Pacific

Extremely fun naval warfare, fairly well done campaigns that lets you play as both Allied forces and IJN, as well as a good variety of Skirmish maps and modes.

Island capture mode can keep you busy and having fun for hours, with a huge variety of units and tactics available- you can build up a sizeabe fleet and wrest control of Islands by way of LST’s and Cargo ships, or parachuting units in by air. The naval battles themselves are intense with visual damage and listing to ships that have suffered heavy barrages, and some of that damage remains even after repairing which adds a nice touch of immersion.

Real player with 109.8 hrs in game

Summary: 1. Get xlive.dll 2. Get BSmodHQ4.0 3. Get Remastered Campaign Pack

This is a very good game. Like you may know already, the stupid GFWL issue makes things more complicated. I was able to play and completed this game on Windows 7 after some tweaking. Years later, I found the tweak no longer worked with Windows 10 as it took forever to log into GFWL (You can play it without logging in, but it won’t save). I found another workaround, played it. Then I changed my computer months later, and this time the workaround was not working again, crashing immediately into the game. Yes, this is extremely annoying, until I finally found xlive.dll. This is better than a workaround. Instead, it get rid of GFWL completely and just save your progress locally. Just throw the file into the game folder simple as that.

Real player with 95.2 hrs in game

Battlestations Pacific on Steam

Mini ship wars

Mini ship wars

Lucky me gets to write the first review for Mini ship wars (the developer didn’t bother capitalising each letter in the title).

This isn’t really a game, it’s a ripoff of a GameMaker Studio 2 template/tutorial for making a top down shooter game. It’s complete garbage. GMS is a complete garbage engine, and copying + pasting a template for the engine isn’t suddenly going to generate a video game of any quality. They didn’t even bother making a fullscreen mode.

Why would anyone do such a thing, publish such a terrible non-game on Steam, you ask? Well take a look at the ridiculous $10 USD price tag, and it suddenly becomes clear. This is a nasty cash grab. Then you look at the name of the developer, “Phoenixxx Games”. They’ve pulled this crap before. That’s all they do.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Am I crazy? Yes, because I bought this game

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Mini ship wars on Steam

Navy Field 2 : Conqueror of the Ocean

The particularity of this game is the 3rd person view so you are not stuck in your ship (like World of Warships) but you can see all the map (there is fog of war where you and your allies don’t see). I was searching for a game like that for quite a long time, NF2 is the only one I found.

Now, the game:

There is no tutorial or sandbox, so get ready to lose your first battles trying to understand how to use your ship. The community may help, using chat or websites giving advices and tips. Otherwise, learn by yourself!

Real player with 916.5 hrs in game

Navy Field 2 is a good game in the sense that you’re never bored. Sure, the grind to the highest tier of ships can be boring at times, but not every game is the same.

Let me break the game down really quick and justify why I can recommend this game. Each game takes 15 minutes to play and every class has a use. Destroyers can take down Battleships with good torpedo placement and kill subs, Light Cruisers can hunt down Destroyers and aircraft, Heavy Cruisers are very much pocket Battleships and Battleships, well, deals tons of damage from afar but have limited maneuverability and sigh. Carriers are just as important because you’re constantly fighting off enemy aircraft, providing your fleet with line of sight, and bombing other ships. Sometimes the matchmaking will get a little wonky and put you in games with higher level ships, but I’ve had games where my lower tier Destroyer will be able to drop a high-tier Battleship so I’m not complaining. Not too much anyway.

Real player with 308.3 hrs in game

Navy Field 2 : Conqueror of the Ocean on Steam