Silent Hunter III Pro Reviews
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Silent Hunter III Reviews12
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|3D Accelerated.com||4.9/5.0||Apr 14 '05|
|Digital Entertainment News||8.8/10||May 05 '05|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||9.0/10||Apr 10 '05|
|GameDaily||8/10||Sep 21 '05|
|IGN PC||8.8/10||Mar 18 '05|
|Jolt.co.uk||9.0/10||Apr 05 '05|
|LoadedInc.com||9/10||May 06 '05|
|Softpedia||9/10||Mar 26 '05|
|SUBSIM||100%||Mar 13 '05|
|FiringSquad||91%||Apr 06 '05|
|GameSpot||8.9/10||Mar 29 '05|
|Gamespy||5/5||Apr 08 '05|
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"Silent Hunter III is by far the best simulation game I have encountered in years. This is a very well designed game from inside out. Strong attention to detail and realism are what makes this game outstanding. While the learning curve is on the steep side, spending a little time with the game doesnt hurt. The unique campaign engine allows for never ending content and gives this game very high replay value. Silent Hunter III has put simulation games back on the map."
"Silent Hunter III is the best simulation we've played in years. It retains accessibility while offering remarkable levels of detail and realism. It is, unlike its airborne IL-2 counterparts, an immersive singleplayer experience that captivates the imagination and, laughably, has the player saying "just one more sortie", knowing it can take at three hours or more to complete. It is visually attractive, aurally satisfying and quite simply a breathtaking experience."
"This is an outstanding WWII submarine simulation in every regard."
"It recalls a much happier time when the biggest problem with a sim might be that a given soundcard needed new drivers or that a P-51 couldn't do snap rolls. We look back fondly at the days when those were the things we could kvetch about. And now that Ubisoft's canny Romanian studio has showed us what they can do, thankfully we can now relive those days."
"The realism in SHIII has nothing to do with the movies about submarines watched so far. When things go wrong, none of the crewmen will play the hero and save everybody, since all crewmen wait for their commander to make decisions and save them. This is why the game starts with five tutorial missions. After completing them you will have to pass an examination, and subsequently be awarded as submarine commander; starting then will you be able to decide which of the two single player modes you prefer: Single Missions or Campaign. The 10 missions in the Single Missions version recreate historical battles like Operation Weserübung, Scapa Flow or the capturing of U-505. The missions are no longer linear as in Silent Hunter II, but very interesting. During these missions you will confront with more than 50 types of units, ships and planes. SH III truly unleashes its beauty in the Campaign Mode. "