Articles tagged with: Tony Hawk
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed fifty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing another ten.
After the complete disaster of a game that was Tony Hawk: Ride, Activision hope to turn things around for the franchise that is now second best to Skate.
Tony Hawk: Shred has been announced as the next instalment for the series. There is very little that we know about this game right now but two pieces of key information has been revealed.
Tony Hawk has been a bit of a naughty chap today and leaked the name of his next game via Twitter.
Activision is not going to be happy – in fact they have most likely summoned the Acti-ninjas.
Eagle eyed shoppers noticed today that an online retailer was shifting its unsold copies of the PS3 version of Tony Hawk’s Ride for £15 – a grand total saving of £85 off the rrp.
Maybe Activision should be rethinking the planned sequel?
Tony Hawk: RIDE wasn’t exactly a huge success. The game received mediocre reviews and sales were low, but Activision hasn’t given up on the concept.
Today they announced a sequel to the game, again using the periperal and they hope to take full advantage of the hardware this time around.
Activision Blizzard have announced their net revenues for 2009 – and it’s a big number. $4.28 billion.
This is a massive jump over 2008’s figure of $3.02 billion. Can you guess what game was responsible for that?
Arguably one of the biggest “flops” this year in terms of games is Tony Hawk: Ride.
Well Tony Hawk has now gone on the defensive for his game on his Twitter and attacks reviewers for being “snarky”…
If you’re like us, you probably responded to the news that Tony Hawk’s next skateboarding game would incorporate a real-life skateboarding peripheral with equal amounts of cagey suspicion and head-scratching confusion.
Like, how do you do tricks? Can you make a claim if, while attempting a double kick-flip varial to call-an-ambulance face-plant, you inadvertently send yourself into the coffee table and break three of your ribs? And what if you’re really fat and break the thing? Will the super-rich Mr. Hawk send you another one free of charge? (That’s a no to the last one and it should be noted that the board does come with a weight limit).
Prepare to have all none of your questions answered while watching actual testimony from real people who tried out the fake board on camera.
Tony Hawk games have taken somewhat of a beating over the last few years with fans begging for a fresh approach to the franchise and the emergence of the Skate series from EA.
But Activision have plans to return the Birdman to the number one spot by supporting the Far-East’s ability to knock out huge lumps of plastic for very little outlay.
Yes people; this year you’ll be standing on a huge board controller of your own, hoping nobody glances through your living room window as you play Tony Hawk Ride.