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Leviathan: Warships release trailer keeps it smooth

1:45 PM on 05.01.2013

Darren Nakamura

Associate Editor

Take a bow, Jazzy Boatman

I'll admit, I had expected that the novelty would have worn off from the last smooth jazz trailer for the naval warfare strategy game Leviathan: Warships. Still, I started watching the above video and halfway through was chuckling heartily. Paradox gets bonus points for including all of the best/worst puns from the comments of the previous video in this one.

"I know, it's never as special as the first time. Doesn't mean you can't do it again," says narrator Jazzy Boatman toward the end of it. I don't expect this trailer will create as much of a splash as the earlier one, but it brings word that not only has Leviathan released, but it's also on sail for only ten clams. Just don't pirate the game; that would be shellfish.

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