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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Naval, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
7.79
91% 1,576 votes
7.20
93% 40 votes
7.11
80% 3,548 votes
7.06
83% 362 votes
6.96
80% 827 votes
6.79
77% 1,228 votes
6.61
75% 451 votes
6.59
100% 4 votes
6.59
100% 4 votes
6.57
86% 14 votes
6.51
76% 147 votes
6.41
73% 244 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Naval is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Naval, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Simulation 56%
  2. Action 49%
  3. Naval Combat 47%
  4. Strategy 45%
  5. Singleplayer 43%
  6. Pirates 34%
  7. 3D 33%
  8. Sailing 33%
  9. Indie 30%
  10. Casual 30%
  11. Adventure 28%
  12. Open World 26%
  13. War 25%
  14. Historical 25%
  15. Military 23%
  16. Multiplayer 21%
  17. Exploration 20%
  18. Realistic 19%
  19. Wargame 19%
  20. First-Person 19%
  21. Tactical 16%
  22. Third Person 16%
  23. Sandbox 16%
  24. Colorful 15%
  25. World War II 15%

The Naval tag refers to a genre or feature in video games that focuses specifically on naval warfare and naval-related gameplay mechanics. This tag is used to categorize games that prominently feature naval vessels, maritime combat, and strategic decision-making within a nautical context.

In games with the Naval tag, players typically take command of ships, submarines, or other types of naval vehicles. They engage in various forms of warfare at sea, including ship-to-ship battles, submarine warfare, amphibious assaults, and more.

The Naval tag encompasses different subgenres and types of gameplay related to naval themes. Some common features associated with the Naval tag include:

  • Naval Combat These games emphasize realistic or fictional combat scenarios between warships or other naval vessels. Players may have access to a variety of weapons systems such as cannons, torpedoes, anti-aircraft guns, and missiles.
  • Tactical Strategy Many naval games incorporate strategic elements where players make decisions about fleet composition, positioning their ships for optimal advantage during battles or conducting resource management for maintenance and upgrades.
  • Historical Settings Some Naval-tagged titles are based on real-world historical events such as World War II conflicts in the Pacific Ocean or ancient maritime civilizations like Rome's navy.
  • Piracy / Privateering Certain Naval-tagged games focus on piracy during different periods in history. This could involve commanding pirate ships as they raid merchant vessels for treasure or navigate through dangerous seas in search for hidden treasure.
  • Navigational Exploration In addition to combat-focused gameplay mechanics some titles featuring the Naval tag emphasize exploration of vast open seas, discovering new islands or hidden locations as players navigate their ships through different maritime environments. Games within the Assassin's Creed: Black Flag and Sid Meier's Pirates! franchises exhibit this aspect.

Examples of games that fall within the Naval tag include:

  • Battlefield 4 A first-person shooter game that features large-scale naval battles with a variety of warships, submarines, and amphibious assault vehicles.
  • World of Warships This free-to-play MMO game allows players to take command of various historical naval vessels from different nations and engage in strategic battles.
  • Sid Meier's Pirates! In this classic adventure game, players assume the role of a pirate captain, commanding their ship as they explore the Caribbean, engaging in missions, naval combat, and treasure hunting.
  • Mirror's Edge CatalystA First Person Adventure game that features navigating on ships across seas but is not focused on warfare. Players leap between different vessels and structures to reach new destinations throughout the cityscape.
  • Anno 1800A city-building strategy game that includes elements of maritime trade where players can construct fleets to transport goods between islands or engage in naval combat against rivals' fleets.

The Naval tag appeals to gamers who have an interest in naval history or who enjoy strategic combat scenarios taking place on water. These games often offer immersive experiences with realistic ship models and accurate depictions of maritime warfare mechanics.

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