Summary: it seems fashionable to point out the flaws with HAWX (and especially its beleaguered sequel), but at the end of the day it's a fun game with a lot of replay value. I beat the game some time ago but I still load it up to play a few missions every now and then. The graphics are acceptable, OFF-mode is an interesting mechanic, and the missions are enjoyable enough. Play it and have fun.
Summary: This is a really cool combat/ arcade game. I wouldn't say it is a hardcore sim game, but if you want to fly combat missions with some really cool planes, it's a cool game to get into. The story line is pretty cool as well, but keep in mind it's a little dated, having a good majority of it dealing with Russian counter-intelligence and plots like it. Definitely worth the dough.
Summary: The download was easy and simple. The game is fun but quite limited. The selection of planes is much less then the first which is suprising. The new weapons are fun to play with but there isn't much replay value in the game. No matter, for $10 I really can't complain.
Summary: I originally bought this for PS3, but I saw the PC version was much cheaper. Which inturn, the graphics were also better. The game played much better and the X-BOX controller with the pc version was alot smoother. It is a fun and some what challenging game. Wished it had the landing option like it's successor, Hawx 2. But even with the landing option, Hawx is a much better game because it let's you veiw 3 modes of flight.
Summary: HAWX is a great game with very undemanding hardware requirements. This game runs great on a Radeon 5770 in Eyefinity @ 5760x1080 with full details cranked in DX10 mode. MAKE SURE YOU RIGHT CLICK AND RUN IN DX10 mode to get the best visuals for this game.