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Game Description:When it says Tom Clancy, you know what it means - realistic combat on the battlefields of the near future. One of those battlefields will be in the air, and now is your chance to take to the skies! Use the all-new E.R.S. (Enhanced Reality System) to become a flying ace of the future. Detect incoming missiles and enemy aircraft, protect yourself with the anti-crash system, and find your targets with tactical maps. Assistance Mode will let even novice pilots get comfortable with the aircraft. But once you're ready to unleash the plane's full potential, switch it off to bring the pain to the enemy!
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  • HAWX 2 + 1942 = Danger Zone-Tastic Flash Game

    What do you get when you mix Ubisoft’s upcoming flight combat sequel Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 and the classic arcade title 1942? Why, a danger zone-tastic, 8-bit style, Flash game, that’s what! Check it out here. Warning: awesomeness ahead.

    Posted August 30, 2010

    HAWX 2 + 1942 = Danger Zone-Tastic Flash Game
  • Ubisoft Releasing Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 This Fall

    Ubisoft has officially announced that the fighter jet simulating sequel Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 will be released this fall. Well, now we can check off one of the two Tom Clancy games currently in development over at Ubisoft. It’s too early for any concrete details, but Ubisoft creative director Bogdan Bridinel explained in a...

    Posted May 5, 2010

    Ubisoft Releasing Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 This Fall

 


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