x360a writes: "You just cannot seem to get away from Tom Clancy these days, he first jumped into the first person shooter genre, then hopped on over to some stealth action, before dabbling in some real time strategy and has now decided it is time to freshen up the flight genre. Of course, at the end of the day they seem to slap his name on everything just so they can tie it in with the other titles set in the universe whilst at the same time trying to portray the game's realistic traits; nevertheless, the list of Tom Clancy titles is still impressive. Let's be honest, the 360 isn't exactly bogged down with high quality flight games as they always seem to have far too much flying time and simply not enough action. Here is hoping that HAWX can fox two the hell out of that stereotype.
As with all Clancy games this one has been helmed by Ubisoft but, for the first time in what seems like ages (I choose to ignore Endwar so that my claim seems valid) this does not have any prequels to rely on for success. A flight game may not seem like a natural progression but the story has been superbly woven into the fabric of the series and acts as something of an introduction to the World War scenario portrayed in the aforementioned strategy title..."