Leviathan: Warships is a turn-based, strategic action game where players can build and customize their own fleet of warships. Play with or against your friends across multiple game modes. Team up in the co-op campaign to battle the growing Marauder threat or fight through special challenge missions with your friends. You can also go online and test your admiral capabilities against friends or foes in skirmishes on multiple maps.
The fleet editor features multiple ship and weapon types which can be combined in almost any possible way. This allows players to try out a vast array of strategic possibilities.
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Sigh..............Desura, please please Please.....offer this WITHOUT Steam. I mean, seriously, It has some GOOD games, but I don't want Steam on my computer, for the simple reason that it makes SO. MUCH. LAG.
So..............please, either take OUT the Steam requirement, or make this game worth all that lag.....
Just as a warning, this game has an in-game store, which includes Day One DLC. One of them is a map pack, which has 3 maps. Then there is a boat pack, which has boats that are faster than the base ones, though I don't know if they have drawbacks. All this plus the Desura version requires Steam.
These aren't downloaded, but when you buy them, they are 'unlocked', meaning they were already downloaded in the base game, just waiting for you to purchase the DLC.
If these kind of things annoy you, then keep away. If they have day one DLC that should have been included with the game, seeing as it costs more than the mobile versions, then they will most likely add more.
is the DLC.... for the birds? X3
Love that trailer :D
saw it on the TGS Podcast
Hm. Now make this game but with spaceships and I'll be happy.
Gratutious Space Battles?
What is wrong with Steam exactly?
While I don't have the problem, and I don't know Draugr's specific reason, but a lot of people have difficulty accessing their games on Steam. Unless one of my friends has an active internet connection, he can't launch any games from Steam.
Also, while Steam isn't a heavy hitter, it's not exactly light on system resources either, and having to keep it running along with your games can strain some older computers. Not everyone can afford high end-ish computers.
And lastly, the advantage of buying through Desura is that not only do you get the easy to get updates like Steam, but Desura also offers you to download DRM free versions that do not require Desura to run.
Putting Warships on Desura, but requiring Steam, is kinda like a slap in the face. The only way they can improve this is either offering a DRM version for download like most Devs here, and/or taking away the Steam requirement.
I don't think I've ever had issues with playing Steam games offline. Unless the publisher selling through Valve forced an always-on state (which is really stupid, and every developer/publisher I've heard of doing that was forced to backpedal on that policy, Blizzard included).
It may require activating Offline Mode in Steam for a first time while online, but I know it works. Just thought I'd mention that.
As you can see from my other comment, I completely agree with the sentiment that, if it's being offered through another service, it shouldn't also require Steam (at least for that service).
Great looking game and one I'd love to play and own. My friends & I would love the co-op play. Sadly, it requires Steam which I would NEVER install on my PC. :( Oh well, $9.99 can buy me lunch tomorrow instead. :)
Seconded. Why does this require Steam? This is Desura and IMHO you should consider offering a Steamless version. Unless this happens, sadly no buy :/
I've no problem with Steam, personally, but I do echo the sentiment. Since the game is being offered through a service other than Steam, it should have a non-Steam variant. I have my fair share of games purchased through Steam and GOG, for instance, and I seriously doubt GOG's library will ever offer Steamplay products, especially considering their policy on DRM (though, really, if you are going to insist on DRM, Steam's is pretty much the most acceptable form).
At least this isn't DRM on top of DRM, like a Steam purchase that, in turn, has the publisher's personal service (like, horror, Origin)...
Anyway, tangents aside, what reason is there for people to purchase this game through any other service but Steam if it will only work through Steam? If they're not going to offer it purely through Desura, it should be taken off Desura.