MyArcadePlanet reviews Incognito's Warhawk.
"Started as a sequel to the PS1's original, Warhawk on the PS3 went gold as an ambitious online-only title. Combining fast, simple combat with a complex network setup, the developers at Sony's Santa Monica studio dropped the solo campaign in order to concentrate on multiplayer, drawing criticism from around the industry.
The result, offered for download on the PSN and in a Blu-ray version bundled with a Bluetooth headset, is a polished title with plenty to offer all varieties of gamers. For casual gamers, Warhawk offers the ability to host your own game or play on someone else's; for your average gamer, the easy-to-grasp control scheme and game types will get them playing and enjoying themselves soon after picking up the controls. For hardcore types, a great ranking system paired with basic clan support (and I emphasize 'basic,' as a slew of improvement is needed before real clan support is realized) and worldwide leader boards adds room for intense competition and enormous replay value."