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Tony Hawk: RIDE

$120.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Available on all gaming consoles - Wii, 360 and PS3. Includes a skateboard controller for a more authentic experience. Good graphics.

The Cons:High price due to the included peripheral. Poor single player campaign. Controller is too imprecise for the hardcore gamer.

Tony Hawk: RIDE is the 10th title in the Tony Hawk series and was released for the Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, and Xbox 360 gaming consoles in late 2009. Players utilize a motion-sensing skateboard to simulate the experience of riding an actual board.

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Motions like tilting, popping, and swerving all realistically translate onto the screen. The game includes four gameplay modes. Training is strictly singleplayer and allows the user to learn the basics. Trick mode, on the other hand, can either be played solo or with friends and is based on earning the highest score possible. Challenge is strictly for one user involves performing specific pro-level tricks in a variety of different environments. Party mode is the fan favorite, as it allows up to 8 players to freestyle skate all throughout town.


  • Tony Hawk Series
  • Playstation 3
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Xbox 360
  • Motion-Sensing Skateboard
  • Four Gameplay Modes
  • Three Difficulty Settings
  • 6 Locations (100 Tracks)

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    available on all gaming consoles - Wii, 360 and PS3

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    includes a skateboard controller for a more authentic experience

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    good graphics

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    good soundtrack

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    high price due to the included peripheral

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    poor single player campaign

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    controller is too imprecise for the hardcore gamer

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    generally unrefined gameplay - poor collision detection / physics, inaccurate controls, etc...

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    doesn't remember which way you like your board (goofy or regular) and makes you re-select it through each section of the game

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    poor menus

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    horribly long load times

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    controller is too difficult to use for the casual gamer

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