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Submitted by s8anicslayer 2081d ago | review

BoomTown: Tony Hawk: RIDE Review

Imagine if you will Activision decided to create a new Guitar Hero game based on the work of Swedish shredder Yngwie Malmsteen.

Guitar Hero: Malsteen would feature an exciting new controller. It has twenty four frets with six buttons on each and six strum bars. Sounds difficult doesn't it? Well don't worry there is an easy mode. Here you'll be required to just press the same button every seven seconds or so until the song is over. No it's not much fun, but maybe your four year old will like it? (PS3, Tony Hawk Ride, Wii, Xbox 360) 2/10

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