Tony Hawk's Project 8 (2006)

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Tony Hawk creates a team called Project 8 and comprises of eight skaters. The player character starts ranked 200th and by completing challenges and goals, he will improve his ranking constantly.


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Writer:

Rob Hammersley (story written by)

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20 November 2017 | randyfromscream
7
| On the PS3 is disappointing but fun in the same time
I've play the Original Xbox version and it was more fun but this port is a bit of a let down. Like don't get me wrong it's still fun but the controls feel slippery at times and some stuff that are UNfair. Guys don't play the Next Gen version, play the Last Gen version instead. Some times it's bad, some times it's good.

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At the Helm
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Courtesy of Hieroglyphics Imperium
Written by Del (as Teren "Del" Jones), 50%, Domino (as Damien "Domino" Siguenza)

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Release Date:

7 November 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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