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Tom Clancy's HAWX Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Tom Clancy's HAWX
Game Description:Set in a near future, this flight combat action game inspired by the best-selling Tom Clancy videogame franchises imagines a world where a private military force has cumulated such power that it attacks the USA. Thrust into the cockpits of incredibly powerful and technologically advanced jet fighters, gamers will benefit from hi-tech piloting assistance, providing comfort, security and enhanced perception. As players gain skills and confidence, they will be able to shed the assistance. But before choosing performance over security, they’ll have to weigh the risks carefully.
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Tom Clancy's HAWX Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Tom Clancy's HAWX DLC Planes Trailer

    Posted: June 17, 2009

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  • Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. Review

    Posted: March 9, 2009

    32,958 Views | 03:29 | 16 Comments

  • Tom Clancy's HAWX Launch Trailer

    Posted: March 3, 2009

    2,479 Views | 01:48

  • Tom Clancy's HAWX Direct-Feed Walkthrough

    Posted: February 27, 2009

    4,314 Views | 14:22

  • Hands On Preview: Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X

    Posted: February 27, 2009

    17,805 Views | 07:02 | 17 Comments

 


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