Hawken has never been a terrible game, but it has never made a case for itself as anything more either. This console version puts up even less of a fight. If you're broke and bored this summer and looking for something to sink some hours into, Hawken on console could be a reasonable pastime. But there is no getting around the fact that this is the worst way to play an already mediocre game.
Hawken wasn't born under a lucky star, and carries on Ps4 many of the problems of the troubled PC version.
Review in Italian | Read full review
If you are looking for the next groundbreaking first-person shooter on PlayStation 4, Hawken is probably not going to live up to your expectations. The game does deliver an initial burst of exhilaration, but this is unfortunately unsustainable beyond a few outings. When the dust settles, what remains is a run-of-the-mill class based shooter, set in a series of drab environments. This is a genuine case of getting what you pay for.
Hawken finally came to the consoles. Free-To-Play mech shooter rode the wave of Titanfall and fulfilled players' hunger for some more mech on mech action. The game features enough weapons and platforms to fit any playstyle. I only wish I could get out of the mech...
Review in Polish | Read full review
Hawken is a competent mech shooter, and not much else. If you put enough downtime on it, there will be room to grow. However, with more engaging mech titles already entering the market, I’m worried that not much will last. The lack at something truly new at the heart of Hawken is it’s biggest downside.