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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 830d ago | review

PCGamer-Hawken review

PCG;They may look like unwieldy lumps of steel, but Hawken’s war machines are surprisingly agile. Meteor’s free-to-play shooter gives you control of a twenty-foot-tall mechanical warrior, but it’s not another MechWarrior: the maps here are small, and the combat snappy. (Hawken, PC) 79/100

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