Friend battles, more multiplayer stages, no friendly fire
Steel Diver: Sub Wars was Nintendo's first free-to-play release on the 3DS eShop, offering a limited number of single player missions and online play at no cost; the Premium edition opens up more content, naturally, while additional subs are available separately. It's also a title that's...
Slow-paced update for the slow-paced FPS
3DS eShop free-to-play title Steel Diver: Sub Wars has a major update on the way, which was originally planned for release in May. To be called version 2.0, it'll include the following new features and adjustments. Bonuses for consecutive victories online More subs available to unlock for Premium...
Dive right in
Nintendo has been working on a game to enter the free-to-play market for a fair amount of time, announcing last year than an early experiment with the idea would involve the Steel Diver series. The basic concept has been a game that is free to download and partially play, but requires you to pay a little extra if you want to unlock all...
Peppy's cameo sets chins wagging
Following yesterday's Nintendo Direct broadcast, Nintendo released Steel Diver: Sub Wars onto the 3DS eShop. This free-to-play title is based on the original Steel Diver, which was an early 3DS game. Both are co-developed by Vitei, the Japanese studio founded by British developer Giles Goddard. Goddard found fame as...
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