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Tony Hawk: Ride (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the graphics. The single player gameplay and usability get less positive comments. There are some mixed reviews about the multi player mode.

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value for money, controls, usability, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Tony Hawk: Ride (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Tony Hawk: Ride (PS3)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 7 user reviews of Tony Hawk: Ride (PS3) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games on Amazon.co.uk.

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71% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Tony Hawk Ride (PS3)

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Tony Hawk Ride (PlayStation 3)

 

Tony Hawk Ride is the ultimate triumph of gimmick over game. The concept: Build a skateboard peripheral that lets players simulate skateboarding in their living rooms. The result: half-functioning hardware that fails to function with consistency and a...

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Tony Hawk Ride

 

Great concept, poor execution. The Tony Hawk franchise has certainly had its fair share of ups and downs. When the game first landed on the scene back on the original...

Durable board peripheral ; Solid soundtrack

Insane difficulty curve ; Unresponsive controls ; Short campaign ; Clunky menu system ; Poor presentation

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Tony Hawk: RIDE Review for the PS3

 

Skateboarding didn't used to be a crime.

Bold concept

Broken controller; Never totally in control; Half-assed game; Horrible menus; In-game marketing gone wild

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Tony Hawk Ride Review

 

More than just a sequel name, Tony Hawk is really taking you for a ride.

The controller is fun

The game isn't

Tony Hawk: Ride is a failed experiment that likely sounded great in a staff meeting. The idea isn�t a bad one. It's the game that's the problem. The technology behind the controller is really cool and impressive on its own, but it's paired with a...

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Tony Hawk Ride

 

Busted controls and stripped-down gameplay make Tony Hawk Ride an overpriced fiasco.

Movements don't register correctly much of the time ; Bad menu organization and other presentation issues ; Challenge mode stinks, and every mode is stripped ; Tiny skating areas ; Really expensive

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Tony Hawk: Ride

 

Skating on shaky ground.

Sturdy, sleek board peripheral; energetic indie rock soundtrack

Inconsistent motion controls; steering is a mess; brief career and bland multiplayer options; it's $120

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Tony Hawk: Ride

 

Skate or die? We'll take the latter

Cool soundtrack ; Kicking the board across the room ; Listening to Tony and pals jibber-jabber

Ridiculously long load times ; Imprecise skateboard controls ; Cramped level designs

Where earlier Tony Hawk games had extremely complex and precise combo systems for pulling off a wide variety of tricks, Ride condenses moves into a few different motions that are easy to confuse and often hard to pull off. Whether you’re a skater...

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You Must Be THIS Stupid To Take This Ride

 

If you can't see the line, congrats, you should avoid Tony Hawk: RIDE.

Visuals more at home on the last generation of hardware than this, the only plus is that they actually show up on the screen. Nope, that's a negative too.

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Tony Hawk: RIDE

 

Tony Hawk's latest, Ride, doesn't use conventional controls. See how they work!

Tony Hawk skateboarding games were the first, and until recently, were the best. Then EA released the surprise hit Skate, using innovative controls that made it easier to perform daring tricks and just have a good time. Tony Hawk, on the other hand,...

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E3 2009: Tony Hawk: Ride

 

This week at E3 brought me the chance to embarrass the crap out of myself by playing Tony Hawk: Ride. Nice

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