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Ace Combat Reaches the Assault Horizon
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Ace Combat Reaches the Assault Horizon

      It hasn't been a good few years for the flight action genre. While Tom Clancy's HAWX has garnered some success, dogfighting virtual bogeys has definitely seen better days. However, one of the OGs of the genre has returned to show 'em all how it's done. Ace Combat is back. Read More

First HAWX 2 Details Lock Onto Target
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First HAWX 2 Details Lock Onto Target

Fans of the aerial dogfighting genre (sure, that sounds real) were pretty please with Tom Clancy's HAWX when it released in early 2009. It was pretty solid for a first outing but even so, still left a lot to be desired in mission variety and co-op. But wouldn't you know it, we just got the first details on the new game and lo and behold, the sequel will feature a ton of new mission types and support for up to four player co-op. Sidewinder missiles launched after the break. Read More

Tom Clancy's HAWX Delayed Until Q1 2009
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Tom Clancy's HAWX Delayed Until Q1 2009

Got some sad news for those of you looking forward to Tom Clancy's HAWX. According to CVG, Ubisoft has announced that the game is not going to make its expected release date. Originally planned to release during September of this year, the air combat game is being delayed until 2009. The good news is the game is expected to release sometime during the first quarter of next year. Read More

Ubidays 2008: Impressions: Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
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Ubidays 2008: Impressions: Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.

The Ace Combat series has dominated the aerial combat genre for more than 10 years. Would-be contenders have come and gone, all shot down with ruthless efficiency by Namco's seemingly unbeatable ace. So you'll forgive Project Aces if they aren't particularly worried about one more upstart threatening to burst onto the scene and take the sky away from their top gun. They should be worried. Project Aces' baby has never had to deal with competition on par with what's coming: a well-financed, sharply designed rival that draws just enough from the master to stay on its tail, and packs a powerful combination of brand power and authenticity under its wings. Tom Clancy's HAWX has Ace Combat in its sights and is lining up the lock-on. It's not doing anything particularly new or revolutionary, but it's doing many familiar things very, very well. Read More