Warhawk for PlayStation 3


Aug 28, 2007

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Experience the thrill of white-knuckle aerial combat with hundreds of enemy fighters, bone-crunching armored assaults and high-intensity infantry combat in a massive, all-out war fought on both the ground and in the skies. Through various gameplay modes such as Team Deathmatch, Territories Mode and Capture the Flag, players engage in cooperative online play or fend for themselves against a barrage of enemies in thrilling combat. During battle, players can take command of the most advanced war machine in the fleet, the Warhawk, capable of aerobatic dogfights at high speeds or hovering over ground troops providing tactical support. Players continue the battle on foot with an arsenal of weaponry including rifles, flame throwers, grenades and more.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
Mikel ReparazSep 05, 2007
In levels with a lot of solid ground to fight over, it's often best to use the planes for short hops from one place to another - if you fly around for too long, you're liable to attract the attention of a missile turret, tank or dude with a rocket launcher, and then it'll all be over as soon as they draw a bead on you. With lots of missile-dodging practice, though, flying will be worth your while - just expect a long learning curve before that happens.
jkdmediaSep 06, 2007
Simply put, Warhawk is what gaming dreams are made of and the reason you will want a PlayStation 3. Yes, its complex controls require a lot of patience but once you get the hang of it you will be completely hooked by the intense action that makes these online battles such an addictive joy. This is one of the PS3’s finest titles that really shouldn’t be missed.
Jeff GerstmannAug 29, 2007
Regardless of how you get it, Warhawk is a great multiplayer shooter and one of the first of its kind to land on the still-new PlayStation 3. It offers just enough content to justify its price tag, but more importantly, it plays well, with just the right mix of tactical considerations and finger-on-the-trigger action. With hooks in there for additional map downloads, it'll be interesting to see how this one develops from here.

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