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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: August 15, 2008 (02:16 AM)
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This was an interesting review, and it brings to mind the bad direction the Tony Hawk games have taken. The big thing there also seems to be making the player go through things as an amateur, when all we really want deep down is to play as Tony Hawk or Bob Burnquist or one of the other pros. Neversoft was responsible for the blunders that have damaged that franchise, so maybe I shouldn't have been as surprised by this review as I was. When it comes to Neversoft these past few years, missing the point is apparently par for the course.


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