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Submitted by CZUM 510d ago | video

Hawken - 15 minutes of gameplay

G4MERS: "In the 90's were quite popular game in which driving the big, walking robots called mechami combat. The most successful refer the MechWarrior series. Adhesive Games Studio is trying to restore luster this species at the same time converting it to how popular network last skirmish. Hawken game will be released in December 2012 and will be based on the fun for a lot of players in several different classic for this type of game modes. Our mechs will be able to develop through experience, getting the next levels and improvements." (Hawken, PC)

Credit url: g4mers.pl
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Psychotica  +   510d ago
This looks really good, going to have to try this..
TooTall19  +   509d ago
I think the beta goes open soon. Maybe next week.
Flipgeneral  +   509d ago
looks awesome..

I just can't stand the sound effects of his standard gun. I can just imagine myself after an hour going bonkers from the audio

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