The lights are on
Due to Jeff Marchiafava's crippling fear of asteroids, he's the last person Game Informer would ever launch into space. He bravely faced his phobia when he stepped forward to tackle our Starhawk review. Jeff nagged me to shoot a Test Chamber episode of this game, claiming he had "mad space skills." After that, he didn't need to twist my arm any more. I had to see this kid in action. Sit back and join Jeff and I for a comprehensive look at Starhawk's single-player campaign. Jeff shows us how to build bases, dogfight in space, and get shot in the face repeatedly.
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Wait....Is that Action Hank?
This actually looks pretty slick.
This game looks awesome.
Cool, been waiting for this....ok I wasn't but I'm still pleased to see this.
I'm lovin' this game so far. I can see Jeff's complaints, but I'd give it a 8.5. to a 9 after my initial experience. I'll probably write a full user review after spending more time with it.
That guy sniping you in the back was an awesome death.
So buying this game
The soundtrack sounds awesome and the base building is super fast, I like that.
The game looks quite interesting. Might have to give it a rental and buy it if I think it'll hold my interest.
Great Test Chamber! Starhawk looks okay. Great graphics and style, but the gameplay seems generic. Nonetheless I'll probably run through it.
You guys need to do a Crimson Skies replay!
Halo does have a brake button, and a slide button just so you know.