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SkyHammer

SkyHammer (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Jaguar
Tags: Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi
Developer: Rebellion

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SkyHammer review

Reviewed May 24, 2007

LS650 says: "In Skyhammer, you’re a hired mercenary pilot flying a helicopter-like aircraft in a futuristic "Blade Runner" city, shooting enemy tanks, other aircraft and picking up valuable packages. You have a cockpit view of the city as you hunt down your enemies and dock at the Cyber Mart for repairs. As you destroy your enemies and complete missions you can earn credits for purchasing more supplies at the Cyber Mart. "
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