I love naval warfare. I like reading about it, watching movies about it, and - most of all - playing naval warfare videogames. Unfortunately the naval warfare market is slightly smaller than even the space sim market despite their obvious connection.
Guns of Icarus Online
is the missing link between ships of the line duking it out with one another on the high seas and a pair of Everest-class dreadnoughts and their attendant fleets defending a high value space station against an alien onslaught, but filtered through a Victorian's idea of warfare in the 21st century.
In other words, Guns of Icarus Online
is a game where steampunk airships try to blast each other out of the skies and their devoted crews are made up by people like you and me - you know, since it's an online multiplayer game.