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Activision Releases Details on Q4 Lineup

By Joseph Jackmovich on 14 August 2010, 2631 views

Wondering exactly what Activision has up its sleeves this holiday season? Wonder no more.

According to a report by MCV, Activision has released its holiday lineup...

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First Screens of Tony Hawk: Shred Feature Snowboards, Dull Faces

By Eoin Carroll on 09 August 2010, 779 views

First screenshots of Tony Hawk: Shred have emerged, showing a new cartoonish style as well as snowboarding for the first time in the series. An interesting development as Ubisoft's competing Shaun White series will feature skateboarding for the first time this year...

Tony Hawk: Shred Game Details

Tony Hawk: Shred boxart at gamrReview
Developer: Buzz Monkey Software
Genre: Sports
Also available on: PS3, X360
Release Dates:
10/26/10 Activision
10/29/10 Activision
Ratings:
  

Tony Hawk: Shred Synopsis

A skateboarding experience created for a younger audience, Tony Hawk: Shred allows players to GO BIG and feel the exhilaration of supersized skate and snowboarding using the game's innovative, motion-sensing board controller right at their feet. Featuring an arcade style look and feel, where the bigger the feat the better the fun, Shred is packed to the brim with larger-than-life moments and a veritable assortment of jaw-dropping tricks -- enticing kids to get off the couch and into the action. Players will be on the deck mastering over-the-top tricks, massive drops, awesome grabs and super long grinds in no time. Whether riding on cement or snow, Tony Hawk: Shred has it covered. In addition to skateboarding, aspiring snowboarders can jump on Shred's amazing board controller and go crazy in a completely new way - feeling the ultimate rush of shredding down the steep mountain peaks of Whistler, the French Alps and Beijing, China as they launch off huge kickers and pull off crazy spins, flips and grabs.

spurgeonryan (on 28 January 2011)

At 100 dollars a game (including board plus some) this series should be fine!

primogen18 (on 10 January 2011)

wtf do wii owners need with ANOTHER board? Why do they buy this more then PS3/360 owners?

-girgosz- (on 24 December 2010)

Watch the rewiev on Gametrailers. Terrible game...

J.U.N.O (on 16 December 2010)

Wow is it that bad?

morenoingrato (on 12 December 2010)

this game doesn't deserve these sales... it deserves lower

Salnax (on 12 November 2010)

So, the Tony Hawk brand is now dead? Pity. The one review I found of this game made it sound pretty good. Of course, we all know that Activision is just going to redouble their efforts on the Call of Duty series now. Maybe they'll release two games a year.