Summary: I got this game for my 9 year old son, who is enthralled by U-boats. He watches everything about them on History Channel and Military Channel. He has been able to receive his missions, sortie into the North Atlantic and sink ships.
Summary: Ce qui m'a dérouté c'est la portion d'entrainement qui est différente. Il faut commencer une carrière et les outils apparaissent au fur et a mesure de la progression. Cependant, le mode de déplacement dans le sous-marin est très réaliste malgré que ça peut causer des délais entre autre pour...
Summary: First, I don't like the DRM requirement, but most vendors have moved to it. Second, it is buggy, which irritates you. And I had to take the cover off the PC and use an extra fan to cool off the video card because it runs so hot. Only for this game.
Initially flawed, but has been drastically improved.
Mr. A. Mcdonald, Amazon
4 May 2010
Summary: OK, Ubisoft got slack and released this fully flawed. The last patch from them improved many things but by no means all the issues. The guys and gals over at subsim.com have poured their hearts into getting this game to be as good as it should have been, and are well on the way.
Summary: The game is more captivating than SH3 because of the interactions within the submarine and of the novelty of the missions given. However, even if I played only a bit I noticed some bugs with enemy ships which seem to be half sunk in the water.
Summary: Wonderful game, epic campaign, realism is great, water effects are beautiful, Learning to play the game may take a little while though this investment pays off as you are rewarded with a very well rounded game.
Summary: An excellent naval saga across the World War 11 period with perspective given from the German point of view. It is a game worth buying, even though it is not without it's "niggles". The main one being that there are no set instructions to the game. Therefore, it is very much trial and error.