European tech tree review / World of Warships guides / WoWS
For now, there’s only one fully developed European tech tree line in World of Warships and that’s Swedish Destroyers. In this article I will review a European Destroyers tech tree line, and few premium and promo ships, including Småland, Friesland and Viribus Unitis.
SHREDDER review: Will it Shred? Satisfying ASMR Shredding Game
The game “Will it Shred?” is an interactive experience of swiping objects into a shredder and watching them come apart. That’s basically the whole core gameplay. Is this game really “a game” is subject to definition you feel comfortable with when thinking about games. If you expect something with sophisticated gameplay, immersive narrative or breakthrough technology, “Will it Shred?” is definitely not a game at all. But if you’re a more open-minded person, capable of thinking outside the box, this is your chance to know something new about games in general and yourself in particular.
Commonwealth tech tree review / World of Warships guides / WoWS
Since the Commonwealth tech tree in World of Warships is still under development we currently have a few Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) ships, and none Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) ships so far. And since these ships are premium or promo and they were introduced long before the linear Commonwealth ships appeared in WoWS, their national specific features are not yet settled.
French Navy tech tree review / World of Warships guides / WoWS
Speaking of French Navy in World of Warships it should be noted that all high-tier French ships feature the same set of distinctive features. French Destroyers, Cruisers and even Battleships are for a long-range fire and evading enemy salvos due to their high speed combined with overly effect Engine Boost. In this context, the French are the most considered and uniform nation in WoWS.
Pan-American tech tree review / Nueve de Julio / World of Warships
In World of Warships, the Pan-American faction is represented by only one ship – tier VII Light Cruiser Nueve de Julio. Since this article is going to be short, consider it a pleasant bonus.
Pan-Asian tech tree review / World of Warships guides / WoWS
In World of Warships, Pan-Asian fleet consists of ships from various nations, i.e. People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), Republic of China Navy (ROCN), Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN), Republic of Indonesia Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Laut, or TNI–AL), as well as Royal Thai Navy (RTN). Currently Pan-Asian fleet consists of a Destroyer tech tree line, as well as several premium and promo Cruisers and Battleships.
Toxic Mechanics in games by the example of World of Warships
Lately, after a long period of complaining on the part of World of Warships’ community about the renowned tier X Small Light Cruiser Smolensk being overpowered, ruining game experience, the developers decided to remove her from sale in patch 0.9.3 that’s still a couple of months away. The official point is that Smolensk became overpopular and there’re too many of these ships in battles. So if you’re planning to buy Smolensk – make haste.
Italian Navy tech tree review / World of Warships guides / WoWS
Here’s everything you always wanted to know about the Italian Navy in World of Warships but were afraid to ask. Learn about linear and premium Italian Battleships, Cruisers and Destroyers (coming soon, I hope), their distinctive features, strengths, and weaknesses.