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Well as of July 20, 2009, I have officially pre-ordered Tony Hawk: Ride (click here to see my proof).

I recently have recieved two games: Tony Hawk's Project 8 for PS2 and Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip for Wii.



  • Tony Hawk's Project 8 - Well let me just start with the good. There is many goals in this game meaning that you will never get bored. The multiplayer is just like what you would expect from a Tony Hawk game, fun. This game has some pretty decent graphics on the PS2, pretty good to look at, but they get gloomy-looking on some levels. The new "Nail the Trick" mode is a good idea that fits in perfectly with the game.

And now, the bad. There is no online play for this game on the PS2, which sucks because most Tony Hawk games on the PS2 that came before this one had online play. You can't "free roam" in the PS2 version. No pedestrians in free skate. No "create-a-park" mode in the game either. ' Now that I've broken down the good and the bad, lets get to the story mode. Tony Hawk is looking for the top 8 skateboarders "in town" and you start at rank #200, and you have to work your way up to number 8, to get into Tony Hawk's new skateboarding crew, "Project 8". Now what's cool about this, is like I said before, is that there is a lot of goals so you can rank up the way you want to rank up. All goals hold the same old, concept of most goals in past games.



  • Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip - I was going to do review but instead I will just say this, if you play Shaun White Snowboarding on the Xbox 360, PS3, or DS, watch, or read, reviews on all versions including the Wii version, then you will see why Shaun White for Wii is better than all the other versions.

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