Warhawk review

  • Huge levels, tons of variety
  • Vehicles are a blast to drive
  • Optional tilt control isn't half bad
  • No single-player whatsoever
  • Planes are too easy to destroy
  • Team chatter is hard to understand

As fun as Warhawk is, it's just barely worth the $40 it costs to download it from the PlayStation Network - we've known for a long time this was going to be multiplayer-only, but the price still feels about $10 too steep for a game with no single-player anything. The retail version is actually a better deal at $60, as it comes packed with a wireless Bluetooth headset (valued between $22 and $40 at retail), which is the best possible way to hear the muffled shouting and breathing noises your teammates will spew every time they lean a little too hard on the left thumbstick and activate the "talk" feature. Price concerns aside, though, Warhawk packs a lot of depth into its rapid-fire multiplayer matches, and its sheer variety, rapid pace and endless fun make it a must-play for PS3 owners.

More Info

Release date: Aug 28 2007 - PS3 (US)
Sep 14 2007 - PS3 (UK)
Available Platforms: PS3
Genre: Action
Published by: SCEA
Developed by: Incognito
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Blood, Violence, Mild Language
PEGI Rating:
16+: Violence


  • piccolodevilking - November 10, 2008 2:38 a.m.

  • woot117 - July 15, 2009 10:18 p.m.

    I am suprised that no one else has commented on this game seeing as it has been out for almost two years now. looks like a great game and if I get a PS3 I will definately buy this.

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