A Total War Saga: As-if things were not happening in real-time. Here you take ranging shots and they are plotted onto a simple chart. This is, of course, the all important feeling of belonging to a wider conflict.
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Initially in WWI, the U-boat was primarily a weapon of war against warships and in SOF you are just as likely to be harassing warships as trying to dispatch merchant ships. The Baltic, Mediterranean and even Gallipoli area all get a mention.
Curse of the Moon. So, fire up that gas-guzzling gasoline sub and hit the high seas without having to worry about finding an Exxon station. You also have to have your scope well up, so running the considerable risk of detection and the dreaded "you have been destroyed" dhells the shells come raining in. This whole process becomes a lot harder when later the merchants start mounting their own guns. You can also set depth and speed on the torpedo, making for a few other decisions.
Things in motion are even worse.
However, it was a lifeless empty experience that played like an online tool that lacked resources. It was a great idea — but dies in the execution of if product.
1914 Shells of Fury – PC – Review
There are no ports to speak of, although there is the odd lighthouse and also vury model of a castle buried in its files. This is a boat that takes on water—before leaving dry-dock. One missing feature which some might regard as a must have is the save function.
I have to put my hand up here and declare I have not personally had time to play through the campaign, cury my comments here are based on an edited version of what players have said on the Subsim SOF forum. Most of the crucial operations such as map views, compass, periscope and etc. Shells of Fury has dared to be different, plays quite soundly and has some features which would grace a more expensive title.
In that respect SOF will disappoint. Finally, if you are already interested in WWI this is one of your few opportunities to indulge that interest.
In fact, death by shell fire is your prime concern rather than the depth charge attack which were later war events anyway and largely unsophisticated in their application.
It is, instead, a tentative little game without much depth. But, the actual usage of these controls is a mind-boggling misadventure.
In other words if you play through the campaign again, the missions will play out differently. If you prefer, you can also use a "locked target" option.
Shells of Fury review by ciociarialavoro.info
Some of the physics looks a bit rudimentary. When I moved a lever, the motion was not instant.
Your controls are pretty much — useless. After you select your mission type and weapon of wet destruction, you are dropped into the hull of one of the engineering marvels. Inside the control room with your periscope is a chart that plots the positions of your own boat and the enemy ships. Playing at higher sheols you will, however, have very few torpedoes so all of these issues have to be balanced. I wanted to like this game, simply because of the unique time period WWI subsim.
It writes the missions by randomly extracting shellz out of several other files where data is predefined within limits.
1914 Shells of Fury
Black Ops 4 challenges the CoD formula in bold ways. In summary, I'd say the biggest weakness with Shells of Fury is the feeling that you have little control over what happens.
Thankfully, they take some liberties with realism, and there are no real limits on ammo and fuel. Graphics Gamers scream for realism, but sales are driven by graphics.