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Submitted by GamingNexus 531d ago | preview

Hawken Preview - Gaming Nexus

From the preview: "While MWO forces you to think tactically and hope through a combination of hiding, upgrades in your mech, and luck you won’t die as soon as you come in contact with a group of enemy mechs; Hawken relies on the tried and true method of getting your right back into the game as soon as you die. This means the learning curve to getting to the point where you can hold your own and really enjoy the game seems to come around a lot faster." (Hawken, PC)

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