8 Watery Levels To Get Your Mouth Watering

DrStrangelove

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8 Watery Levels To Get Your Mouth Watering

To celebrate the initial printing of what some consider to be the great American novel, Moby Dick, we give you eight watery levels.

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Alpha Maeko

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That must've been hard, mixing Water and Zelda and not segwaying into the Water Dungeons.
 

Alfador_VII

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Yeah this isn't actually a bad list. Good effort on the Gallery this time.

It's ironic though that Bioshock doesn't actually have a true water level, other than the start of the game, and some short flooding corridors, despite being set entirely under water ;)
 

Hero of Lime

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The only game that truly did water levels well for me has to be Super Mario Sunshine. It's a game made out of awesome water themed levels, they made water fun to navigate and play in. For video games, that's a big deal!

I wouldn't call the Wind Waker ocean a water level. It's too big to just be a level, but I love it just the same.
 

Sable Gear

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The sunken Frigate in Metroid Prime is probably my favourite water level, between the weirdly empty setting and the almost eerily peaceful music it's a nice little interlude before the game ramps up the difficulty in the next region.
 

Tanis

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I can't think of a water level I've really enjoyed.
:/

They're either too slow, have way too many cheap deaths, or are just poorly designed.

Also:
Zelda, Water dungeon, nope.
 

Spaceman Spiff

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Ah Sonic, you silly mammal. Hedgehogs don't belong under water. In his defense though, he could still attack under water. Still those levels were the least fun.