With patch 0.5.15, Wargaming introduced the Campaign system to World of Warships. The carrot at the end of the stick for Honorable Service campaign is the tier 6 Japanese Destroyer Shinonome. Mouse takes a closer look at this reward vessel to see if she's worth devoting time to the grind.
This post-war French cruiser is the Atlanta's spiritual successor. Boasting superior tonnage, speed and armament, would she function in World of Warships? And where would she be tiered were she to be introduced?
The Akizuki is the new Japanese destroyer that's getting all of the press. Some call her a baby Khabarovsk. Mouse compares her to the Flint. But is this all hyperbole? What's got everyone so excited about this new ship anyway? Join us as Mouse takes a closer look at this new tier 8 Japanese gunship.
This ship has teased Mouse for a while. When she was finally given the green light, she couldn't wait to get her hands on the Katori, having not seen it in play since World of Warships was still in Closed Beta. In today's helping of ShipComrade goodness, Mouse and Lert take a closer look at this vessel rearmed and re-equipped with her historical vessel.
A Tale of Three Sevens: Hatsuharu, Shiratsuyu and Akatsuki
Out with the old, in with the new! With the new IJN Destroyer tech tree on the horizon, Mouse takes a look at how the tier 7 ships compare, stacking the old Hatsuharu against the new Shiratsuyu and the Akatsuki which will replace her. There's some interesting surprises in store.
Citizens of the British Commonwealth: REJOICE! The vaunted HMAS Perth joins World of Warships. With very little notice but an over abundance of enthusiasm, Mouse takes this ship out on the high seas and applies its guns and torpedoes to the enemy. Read on to find out how well that went and her take on this handsome vessel with input shared by NoZoupforYou and Lert.
Admiralen were a small but very interesting late 1920s era Dutch destroyer, based on a British design.
There is no doubt that this ship would fit nicely within World of Warships, but at what tier? And with what specifications? Read on and be informed. Who knows, when we get to the gimmicks segment you might even be amazed.
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