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Tony Hawk`s rise from the ashes

Tony Hawk`s rise from the ashes

Once-popular series of simulators skating, produced under the name of a famous athlete Tony Hawk, in recent years seen better days. Once-popular series of simulators skating, produced under the name of a famous athlete Tony Hawk, in recent years seen better days. Trouble began in 2009 with the release of Tony Hawk: Ride

Once-popular series of simulators skating, produced under the name of a famous athlete Tony Hawk, in recent years seen better days. Trouble began in 2009 with the release of Tony Hawk: Ride. The game, which sold complete with a huge plastic skate, could not find a buyer, and critics praised her low enough. Even more the situation worsened after last year`s release of Tony Hawk: Shred - a legendary series finally shedding the fans and has sold just ridiculous edition. After that Activision bothered wasting money, and publishers have decided to send the series in a small vacation, stating that in 2011 the new games under the name of Tony Hawk, we will not see. However, to put an end to the series did not. At least, so says himself, Tony Hawk. In a conversation with the staff portal Pixelated Geek, he told me that the new simulator under his name is already in development, and its release could take place next year. No details about the game yet, but hopefully the developers will take into account their previous mistakes, refuse to skate the controller and other dubious innovations and try to find a recipe for success in the early part of the series. In this case, the Tony Hawk series will be a chance for successful return. Tags: Tony Hawk

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