Since the Xbox 360 demo doesn't seem to come online very soon yet, today a demonstration video of Tony Hawk's Project 8 hit the internet. The video has been recorded at the Sony Gamerday event.
Andrew says: "That’s not just glorified sensationalist video game journalism, it’s an indisputable fact that these games are some of the highest rated games of all-time. Did you know that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2, on the PS1, stands at 98 on Metacritic? The best game of all-time is only one point above it. There’s your fact of the day."
We know there’s a new Tony Hawk’s in the works, but it should feel like the oldest of entries to the series.
Long before he grew out his stache and became a lovable mainstream fixture as Earl Hickey on NBC’s hit sitcom, “My Name Is Earl,” Jason Lee fell in love with skateboarding. The former pro skater first got on a board at age 5. These days, the Southern California native spends more time in front of Hollywood cameras – he’s currently filming the second season of TNT’s “Memphis Beat” in New Orleans -- than on a skateboard. Gamers most recently saw and head Lee as Coach Frank in Electronic Arts’ SKATE 3 game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Lee talks about his TV series and his “old school” video game days, in this exclusive interview from the set of his show.