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Gamescom 2012 – Hands-On With Hawken | Daily Joypad

Daily Joypad: "To put it simply, Hawken looks, feels and plays like a mech game should. Every hit judders your cockpit, every critical slam sets off alarms and red lights to let you know that you are in a world of hurt. The sound effects compliment the atmosphere as you tread heavily, firing off a volley of projectiles at every turn. The hunter becomes the hunted and vice versa, literally sending you to the edge of your seat as a single encounter with your foe often leads to crossfire from others causing absolute chaos." (Hawken, PC)

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