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The Tony Hawk Ride Skateboard Bundle Is Proving to Be a Huge Sales Flop

By bundling the next Tony Hawk game with a motion sensing peripheral that had to be used to even play the game Activision took a big chance. Judging from the game's current sales rank it looks like gamers are voting with their dollars and passing this one up no matter how well the skateboard might work. Thing is, it's not even about the price; other similarly priced bundles are selling fine.

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knox2953d ago

no surprise, the whole thing is a disapointment

nycredude2953d ago

I hope Activision burn to the ground cause they are douches but I doubt it cause sales of MW2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and Guitar hero 5, 6, 7 ,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 will pick up the slack.

Edit: WTF happened to my post?

vhero2953d ago

Not to mention the things not even bloody out yet! At least let it come out before making articles like this.

glennc2953d ago

no one except activision thought it would sell anyway. they should have not bothered. you can't milk a franchise for that many games without any innovation and expect people to continue to buy once there is a superior competitor out.

i wish i stopped after TH3

they only have themselves to blame (and neversoft)

the skate series just nailed it, there is no substitute. no other game keeps me playing long after i have finished it. almost daily even now

Peter North2953d ago

Thanks to Xbox 360 the Tony Hawk franchise is now dead.

Peter North2953d ago

I never knew a Skateboard was compatible with a Toaster

MetalGearRising2953d ago

Flopped hahahahaha great no more pay cheques Tony you old Fart and take your Flopped game with you.

PandemicPrawn02953d ago

Absolutely no surprise.

The thing was dead as soon as Microsoft 1-uped it with the Natal video.

Remember the kid scanning in his skateboard? once that was shown I can remember comments on websites like this one asking what's the point of the Tony Hawk Ride peripheral now?

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