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Tony Hawk: Ride - ZTGD Review

ZeroTolerance writes: The Tony Hawk franchise has certainly had its fair share of ups and downs. When the game first landed on the scene back on the original PlayStation it was celebrated as being the pioneer of bringing extreme sports into the mainstream of the videogame realm. Here we are nearly a decade later with the latest release in the franchise and with it comes what the company is calling the most evolutionary step for the series. Tony Hawk Ride takes the series into a new era by introducing a peripheral that lets you separate yourself from the controller and actually get on a skateboard to perform the tricks yourself. What we end up with is a great idea that feels rushed and faulty in its execution.

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SmokeyMcBear5338d ago

there is a youtube video of a bulldog playing this game... and he gave it a 10/10... i believe the bulldog

Go Raiders!!!

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bacon135338d ago (Edited 5338d ago )

After playing this piece of crap game I longed for the days of Tony Hawk 1 and 2 on PS1. What a rip off at $120 too. Oh well, soccer moms will buy it for their ADD kids anyway regardless of bad reviews everywhere.

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Worst Video Game Controllers Of All Time

No one wants to use these wonky game controllers. No one.

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FallenAngel19841087d ago

Never say no one. There’s always going to be someone who’s contrarian who’s gotta say they’re actually a fan of one of these

darthv721087d ago

i had the jaguar and cd32 and yeah, their stock controllers werent all that. They got the job done but there were better ones. The 6 button jag controller felt better to hold and incorporated more sculpting for the hands and fingers to reach the number pad easier. And the competition pro cd32 was like a genesis controller in shape and comfort. Way better than the stock one.

As for kinect, it worked, it was fun but i liked the non gaming uses for it. some people got pretty creative with reverse engineering that thing.

Father__Merrin1087d ago

The Ouya controller was incredibly poor. Looked nice but quality of doad buttons triggers was that of a cheap knockoff you get for £1.99 on ebay

Magog1087d ago

N64. No one has three hands.

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The worst gaming peripherals to have ever existed

Looking back at gaming history often throws up some questionable things - including awful games, bad consoles, and terrible peripherals.

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darthv721495d ago

That intel wireless gamepad was the inspiration for the 360 wireless racing wheel (and that works really well). I'd say one the author forgot would be the activator from sega.

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10 Ways to Look Absolutely Stupid While Playing Video Games

It's amazing that there are so many different kinds of video games, but there are certain ones that will leave you looking pretty silly.

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Tetsujin2129d ago

It's one per page, use caution.