Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam Interview

While Activision is porting Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Call of Duty 3 to Nintendo's upcoming Wii console they took a different direction for their Wii Tony Hawk game. Instead of porting Tony Hawk's Project 8, they commissioned developer Toys For Bob to create Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam, which is not only exclusive to the Wii but turns the pro skateboarding franchise in an all new direction. FiringSquad got a chance to chat with Toys For Bob producer Alex Ness to find out more about Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam.

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specialguest5896d ago (Edited 5896d ago )

there's a certain pattern i've been noticing lately with the Wii's version of multiplatform games. it seems like they're getting a somewhat watered down version of these games. the Sonic game is a forward scrolling game instead of the free roaming 3d versions on the 360/PS3. now that same forward scrolling theme is being done with this Tony Hawk game. hmm...

UrbanJabroni5896d ago

I would call them totally different games built for the contoller from the ground up.

Thus the reason why the Wii60 is such a damn attractive combination.