After going on hiatus for a while and seemingly going dark in the media spaces for quite some time, Adhesive Games' Hawken is finally making a comeback. Why and how? Well, the 'why' is because it's a game with a lot to offer. The 'how' is because of Reloaded Productions stepping in to help finish the game's final stretch in Early Access.
Adhesive Games has announced that their upcoming first-person mech shooter, Hawken, will not go about things in the long about way. The developers have acknowledged that they're using the latest in foliage and procedural tree generation with IDV's SpeedTree.
In the coming months, Archaia Entertainment will release a full-length graphic novel based on the free-to-play PC mech game Hawken. If you check out the free previews for the comic, you can get into Hawken's next beta.
Free-to-play online mech battle games sure are all the rage these days. Moving out of Alpha, Hawken is finally ready to experience some hardcore testing as Meteor Entertainment and Adhesive games prepare to bring the first-person mech shooter into initial closed beta testing from Oct. 26-29.
The biggest worry with any free-to-play title, when you dive into it, is that the game usually requires a ton of cash in order to out fight, out maneuver or play your competition. This is usually called “paying to win”. For Adhesive Games, the developers behind the big-budget, AAA mech-shooter Hawken, they're changing the layout of the cash shop model from pay-to-win to pay-to-be-fabulous.
One of the most intriguing free-to-play games on the horizon is the mech combat game Hawken from new studio Adhesive Games. Adhesive brought the game to PAX Prime this weekend and showed off a new type of mech for players to control.
If you didn't care about the free-to-play, high-end mech-shooter, Hawken from Adhesive Games because it seemed like another visually breathtaking game made for the PC Master Race, well today you have a reason to care because Hawken is “definitely on the horizon” for home consoles, too.
Meteor Entertainment has announced today that Hawken, the free-to-play MMO coming out for PC at the end of this year, will support Oculus' new 3D headset called Rift. The headset made quite a wave on Kickstarter a short while ago but the Kickstarter project had nothing to do with turning it into a consumer product, instead it was about making a devkit available so companies like Meteor Entertainment could announce that games like Hawken could support it.
OnLive, one of the leading Cloud-based gaming services will be providing content for Ouya users at launch. That's right, the hundreds of games via OnLive's Cloud library will be at the fingertips of Ouya users. That automatically makes Ouya a console with the largest launch line-up in the history of gaming.
A new video of in-game team deathmatch play of Adhesive Games' Hawken has come online. Gamers get to see some mechs get destroyed, some mechs get repaired and some mechs flying around a cyberpunk, post-apocalyptic city.
Adhesive Games provided a new gameplay montage this week to commemorate E3. The montage shows off some thrilling mech combat but it might not be the best thing to watch if you're hungover.
A new trailer for Hawken lets you look at the free-to-play mech combat game in a completely different way: live-action. It's a bit of a downer but nonetheless, it's got giant robots so you really can't go wrong watching it.
Adhesive Games released a new gameplay video for their PC mech combat game Hawken this weekend. The minute-plus trailer gives gamers plenty of reasons to be hopeful for this free-to-play game.
I'm glad IGN's GameSpy cross-platform, multiplayer API is being put to good use, in fact it's being put to use in more than 600 upcoming games across more than 1,200 developers, including the highly anticipated, big-budget AAA shooter Hawken.
The Unreal Engine powered mech-shooter was on the generous receiving end of a $10 million dollar investment from the same people who put their dollar bills behind Riot Games' League of Legends.