Conclusion: around the ocean like a whale….heck, a game where you play as a whale seems more interesting by comparison. But just as they were able to convince you that a home garden could serve as a virtual playground of fun, Nintendo is taking a risk to bring personal passion into their latest IP, Steel Diver.
Excerpt: Steel Diver is a 3DS game that you'll either love or hate as it's not your traditional Nintendo style of game and borders more on realism as opposed to arcade cutesy fun. In essence, Steel Diver is a submarine simulator but throws in a few interesting twists and turns like mini-games to make full...
Clever submarine sim takes advantage of 3DS hardware.
Common Sense Media
16 June 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Steel Diver is a military submarine simulation, featuring some violence. You can blow up enemy submarines and see the vessel sink into the ocean. The cartoon-like graphics means it's not realistically represented, nor are there people screaming or bodies floating in the...
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Summary: " Steel Diver " is a mixed bag. It offers a selection of games that are all very different and entertaining in their own way, but all varied that it is hard to imagine them being appealing to anyone person.
Excerpt: As a launch game, Steel Diver intrigued me prior to release given the premise of controlling a submarine on a series of missions. The only game that I can think of that closely resembles this premise is the Seawolf series of arcade games.
Conclusion: In short, Steel Diver is an extremely underwhelming launch game. The eight missions can be knocked out in about 2 to 3 hours and the two player Steel Commander mode is buggy in addition to boring when playing against the AI.