Dual-stick shooters are a dime a dozen Xbox Live Arcade, so you need to do something a bit different to get noticed. And game developer Distillery Aqua certainly try, steampunk cool with deep and unique art of comics. But drawing miscues as a plot underdeveloped, fighting to slow, tedious and objectives of the mission can experience moderate sea. All times glub-glub happens with water in a world where good-guy Brit / Yank Empereans fight bad-guy Slavic Gotheans waves.
This is an interesting idea, because as this Captain Nemo-ish fantasy world, combining ship design of the building is Victorian and steampunk technology such as the Blasters, missiles, flamethrowers, and the two flying machines. There is no fund development or story, though. All levels unique appearance, with a golden glow of the same age as fire-breathing grungiest war, but no scenes that reveal all the shadows and there are moments in the game that gave them all together.
Despite a great atmosphere by immersion, because of the graphics beautiful waters, the ship designs zeal range of powerboats destroyer baroque avant-garde, and a very limited voice-acting clips talking head fight, you’re still in the adrift in a world with very little substance behind the style.