More Reviews
REVIEWS Astro A38 Wireless Headset Review
With the launch of the A38s, Astro has clearly shown that they can rock our eardrums off even if we aren’t sitting in our living rooms.

Destiny Review
With Bungie's leap to next-generation platforms and interstellar space closer to home, I wonder if E.T. is out there somewhere.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Skylanders Trap Team Preview
While younger gamers have flocked to the brand, more mature consumers remain reluctant to jump on board. Skylanders move forward with trappable enemies, though I doubt it’ll turn stubborn heads.
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
Release date: 09/30/14

Alien: Isolation
Release date: 10/07/14

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Release date: 10/14/14

The Evil Within
Release date: 10/14/14


LATEST FEATURES Assassin's Creed Unity Interview: Ubisoft Talks Multplayer, Next-Gen Development, More
Ubisoft's first "truly" next-gen entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise takes the fight to France. Here's what you can expect.

PlayStation Download September 2014 - Updating Each Week
Sony's platforms always get plenty of new digital software and we'll bring you the list each week with the rest.
MOST POPULAR FEATURES The Updating List of PAX Indies
We're heading to PAX Prime! Are you looking to check out a few unique indie games while you're there? UPDATED: Dragon Fin Soup, Dungeon of the Endless,

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP shandog137
A Letter to the Big “N"
By shandog137
Posted on 09/12/14
I have and will continue to have a place in my heart for Nintendo. In fact, my first console was a Super Nintendo. The video game market has changed drastically since the early '90s and it seems like what once was platinum is more so along the lines of silver now. Nintendo has always been...

Ocean Commander Screenshots



Sheffield UK , 22nd September 2008 – Lexicon Entertainment, a leading publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and leisure software for video game console systems and personal computers world-wide, is pleased to announce, in collaboration with CyberPlanet Interactive, the publishing of Ocean Commander for Nintendo DS and Wii.

Game Story:

In the year 3011 the planet Earth evolved through disastrous changes. Mountains and sheets of ice in the Arctic melted due to global warming. Volcanoes under the sea emerged causing 90% of Earth’s continents to be entirely flooded.

What are left of the mass continents are scattered islands. Ten years after the Chaos Empire was born, marine technology progressed instantly to adapt to the changing environment, whilst the main objective is to rule the Earth.

At the same time, the Earth Federation is developing a special submarine in preparation for this war. Its code name is “BS-7001A Metal Fin”. It has dexterous movements and adjustability to become many forms.

However, this war machine is only a prototype model, in which some parts are still under development. But the war has already begun. There is no time and you must get out of the base to protect the Earth.

Don’t worry.., you will find more weapons and spare parts in your ship. Your mission is to destroy all of Chaos Empire’s ships and bases. The future of the Earth lies in your hands!!

Ocean Commander is a stylized side scrolling shooter, aimed at casual and hardcore gamers alike. Featuring a plethora of missions, enemies and weapons to blast, it’ll certainly keep that trigger finger ready. Players control the weapons via the touch screen on the Nintendo DS and Wii mote and Nunchuck, allowing for true 360 degree aiming and precision.

Players take on the role of the Ocean Commander ship, with the aim to complete the 21 stages and 30 levels throughout. Sounds simple but at the end of the stage, a boss ship must be destroyed in order to progress onto the next mission. Addictive game play ensures Ocean Commander will entice gamers of any age or sex.
Features Include:

• Two modes of play, Mission Mode and Survival mode
• Highly accurate and innovative control system
• 12 upgradeable weapons to take the aliens out
• Adrenaline filled ‘boss’ encounters
• 21 stages and 30 levels
• A true pick up and play feel; suitable for anyone
Ocean Commander - are you up to saving the world?
Content on this page comes directly from press releases and fact sheets provided by publishers and developers and was not written by the Game Revolution staff.

More information about Ocean Commander


More On GameRevolution