Renato Bueno from G1 brings local impressions on HAWX:
"Rio de Janeiro is the capital of Brazil. The rebel alliance "Las Trinity dominates Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.
This fictional scenario, and somewhat absurd, has air of reality in the aviation game "Tom Clancy's HAWX, which is the test version available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3."
If the geopolitical references seem unlikely, the geographical representation is the most realistic. Christ Redeemer, Maracanã, Rio-Niterói bridge, airport and Galeao Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon are some of the traditional Rio that can be easily recognized in the game, thanks to satellite images generated.
While you have fun trying to identify each part of the city, the war is released from military ships, fighters in the sky and tanks in the streets. In "HAWX" you fly planes, which does not have a privileged view of the details more "land" of the map. When the mission is to advance the streets that enclosed, however, a slower flight ensures new angles of the land.
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