Fast-paced action and varied gameplay makes Warhawk a blast to play. If you're an online fan.
Joffen wrote this review on .
Warhawk's strength is its different styles of play. You can run and gun as a foot soldier, but you can also mount different vehicles, such as tanks, the awesome warhawk, or turrets to counter any of the previously mentioned. This not only makes combat a lot more fun by bringing big guns and fast-moving flyers to the table, but also helps the game's main issue; Dead time. Sure, the combat is fast and jolly, but at the larger maps, getting into it might take some time. So unless you have access to means of transportation, you are likely to hobble across a war-torn battlefield, only to be run down by a tank halfway through. This is never really a great problem though, as there's almost always other means of transport nearby, and the pleasure of winning a dogfight in a warhawk, blowing up the enemy turrets with a tank, or just plain outgunning infantry, far outweighs the slow parts, and never gets old.
The game could benefit from slightly more game modes and stages to play on, but you have different badges you can attain, for those who prefer to aim for more than just a good kill:hit ratio. This gives the game a little more depth, as you might decide only to use a single weapon (of which there are nine) during a round, or just see how long you can last blasting other warhawks. All in all, this is a great game with a decent download price. I say: If you like online war zones, then buy it right now. (And while you're at it, get Omega Dawn as well. It adds a new stage, a new ship, and even more hours of fun.)