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Tony Hawk's Project 8- PlayStation 3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Tony Hawk's Project 8- PlayStation 3. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Views about the graphics and gameplay are on the whole positive. The design and usability also get good feedback. Many are less positive about the controls and story.

usability, design, gameplay, graphics

story, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Tony Hawk's Project 8- PlayStation 3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : John Dougherty (

Tony Hawk's Project 8


Extreme sport king lands cleanly on PS3.

Jan, 2007

Expert review by : Travis Dwyer (

Tony Hawk Project 8


If it ain't broke...grind it.

Graphics and animation have definitely taken a step up on the new systems. Skaters are highly detailed, and the tricks look better than ever. One thing that's holding the whole show down is the inconsistent frame rate. From beginning to end, there are...

Dec, 2006

Expert review by : John Benyamine (

Tony Hawk's Project 8 Review


Tony Hawk and crew invade PlayStation 3 with great graphics and SIXAXIS control.

Project 8's stellar presentation brings players into the world of skateboarding and is enhanced by a great soundtrack that spans three genres: punk, hip-hop and rock. The music has an eclectic feel, going from Songs like Kool and the Gang's "Summer...

Dec, 2006

Expert review by : Sam Bishop (

Tony Hawk's Project 8


Oh Birdman, who clipped your wings?

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Sterling McGarvey (

Tony Hawk's Project 8


The Birdman's wings are clipped drastically in this lackluster PS3 launch title.

Visually fantastic levels; PS3's Sixaxis controller is better to use than the Xbox 360 controller

Nearly all of the Xbox 360 version's flaws and none of its strongest virtue: online play

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Sean Gibson (

Tony Hawk's Project 8 (PS3)


SYNOPSIS: Tony Hawk's Project 8 is the newest skateboarding experience in the popular series of Tony Hawk games. This time around, gamers are challenged with ultra-real physics, a new responsive control system, and an entirely new gameplay engine. The...

Tony Hawk's Project 8 is one of the better releases in this storied franchise's history. Personally, we loved the story and the wide variety of challenges that face gamers throughout the enjoyable career mode. The lack of the online gameplay support is...

Nov, 2006

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Tony Hawk's Project 8


With the multitude of extreme sports titles that there is today it's difficult to imagine a time when there were practically none. The first one to really become popular was Tony Hawk's Pro Skater that appeared way back in 2000 (1999 in the US). The...

Those looking for a 'next-generation' Tony Hawk's game will be pleased with Tony Hawk's Project 8. It's by no means a perfect experience however, as frame rate problems and the absence of an online mode take the shine off an otherwise enjoyable game

Expert review by : Jay (

Tony Hawk's Project 8


As the UK suffers from some insane floods and hysterical rain smack bang in the middle of the bloody summer, it's safe to say that we're a little tired of getting soggy. You might also say that, for the most part, the UK has somewhat of an affinity...

Aug, 2007

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Tony Hawk's Project 8 Review


The legendary Tony Hawk is riding again in the eighth installment of the popular skating franchise. Neversoft has taken it upon itself to put the popular series on the next-gen systems. This has resulted in the same familiar Tony Hawk gameplay but with...

New Nail the Trick feature is awesome ; Tons of goals with different difficulty levels to accomplish

The framerate stutters quite often ; The sixaxis controls are fairly impracticable ; There is no online play (this has been a staple for Tony Hawk since the fourth entry on PS2)

A solid entry in the Tony Hawk series, though some lingering technical issues hold it back from greatness.

Feb, 2007

Consumer review (

Very disappointing


Some nice new features.

Only supports 720p!

Oct, 2007