Skate 3 – Crush! Frag! Review!

Crush! Frag! Destroy!'s Sage Knox gets back on his virtual skateboard for a review of Skate 3:

"Skateboarding video games have a storied history. Reaching critical mass with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater in 1999, the genre has experienced twists and turns that include the likes of Thrasher: Skate and Destroy to ESPN X Games Skateboarding on the PlayStation 2. EA Black Box’s Skate opened a new chapter for tired skateboarding-flavored games by introducing an innovative, mind-bending analog stick-based trick system and realistic physics that complimented the believable environments, bucking the ever-intensifying wild and ridiculous style trending in the Tony Hawk titles."

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ShinMaster3030d ago

The word "frag" is starting to annoy me...

ShadowPraxis3030d ago (Edited 3030d ago )

Websites *still* trying to fit the word "games" or "gamer" into the title when just about every good name is taken. People are really reaching these days. There's some truly awful stuff out there.

N4GAddict3030d ago

I think it is because it will be easier to find them on goggle.

ShadowPraxis3030d ago (Edited 3030d ago )

I totally understand the idea behind it, but it you also can only turn up so many results on say, the first two or three pages of a search and let's be honest - who digs any deeper than that when google searching on average?

Trying to set up a memorable name and branding will do you better in the long run, I would think. Then again, I suppose I'm a little biased in this. I guess I just tire of seeing people fighting for what few semi-good, not totally silly domain names that are left with some variant of the word "game" in them. You can only change "s" to "z" so many times and/or add so many hyphens to a name before it becomes a case of "why bother?"

But I digress. How about them vidya gaems, eh? :P