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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:26pm 12/06/12 | 3 Comments
There were certainly some big names dancing with punters at this year's E3 on the games side of things, but it was newcomers to the ball that really seemed to get the party going, and from this journalist's perspective, HAWKEN stood out above the rest.

For the uninitiated, HAWKEN is a free-to-play multiplayer mech game arriving on PCs and Gaikai-ready (in US and EU) on December 12 this year. The game is first-person in nature and manages to take away the oft complicated mech controls of previous entries in the hard-to-tap field, by keeping things simple, balanced and approachable. It also happens to have some of the best art-direction or any Triple-A title in the current-gen.

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Zakson
Posted 05:03pm 12/6/12
Cannot wait to play this.
Rdizz
Posted 05:14pm 12/6/12
just guve it to me now!!
Shaexen
Posted 07:12pm 12/6/12
Yeah f*****g December...
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