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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground- PlayStation 3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 30 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the multi player mode and value for money are overall positive. The graphics and gameplay also get good opinions, but many are critical about the controls and single player gameplay.

gameplay, graphics, value for money, multi player

story, single player, controls

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

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (PlayStation 3)

 

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground gets most of the Tony Hawk formula down, but the parts that stray from that formula are the parts that don't work out so well.

Hell Bronze Award!

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

"If sandbox skating with easy to learn controls is your thing, this is a Tony Hawk that is well worth playing."

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (PS3)

 

Tony Hawk has been skating solo across the screens of gamers for so many years now that when EA's Skate landed in our consoles earlier this year, it completely blindsided us. Skate, with its accent on real-world physics and novel control scheme, blew...

This review is based on a retail copy of Tony Hawk's Proving Ground that was purchased by the reviewer. He no longer has the game, but he does have the receipt.

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Tony Hawks Proving Ground on Playstation 3

 

Tony Hawk, Again

While this may be Tony Hawk’s 9th game it is hard to say that much has changed since the other games. At a full retail price of 60 dollars it is hard to recommend this game over any of the other now bargain priced Hawk games. While this Hawk does add...

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground is the latest installment in the series that revolutionized skating in videogames. Is it groundbreaking, on its new platforms?

In general, this is an amazing addition to the Tony Hawk series. Some of the challenges are just downright difficult, and one of them is impossible without using rigger equipment, but aside from that the game is incredible. If you've never played a...

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

Marking the latest in the Tony Hawk series is Proving Ground, an engaging foray into the street life of the common skater who is trying to make a name for himself through 3 career paths designed to improve his skating skills and eventually earn enough...

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Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground

 

I'm not sure how many of you realize this, but Tony Hawk, the person, is old. The guy's got kids, he's getting close to pushing 40, and he hasn't skated competitively in ages. There's no question the man still has skill, but these days he's revered...

Same great Tony Hawk gameplay. I guess ; New features aplenty

None of the new features are especially noteworthy enough to make this a marked improvement over last year’s installment ; Seemingly every element of the game features some kind of problem or sloppy design decision ; Story mode makes the entire game...

Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground adds all kinds of new features, but it also adds all kinds of new problems. And yet for everything new they’ve absent-mindedly tossed in here, I’d really rather just go back and play Tony Hawk 4. Guess what? You can buy that...

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Ground to Dust

 

Proving Ground is the deepest, lengthiest Tony Hawk yet. So why does it feel so empty?

I mentioned it before, but this really is something of an opus for Neversoft. Assuming some kind of miracle happens and this is the last of the "old" Tony Hawk games, it stands as the single greatest value for your gaming dollar the series has ever...

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground Review

 

With the competition already on the half-pipe, Mr Hawk returns for another year of knee grazing and multi-million point combos...

Proving Ground continues the franchise's climb out of the maelstrom that was American Wasteland to produce on of the most focused Tony Hawk's titles for years. Building upon the foundations laid down by Project 8, here's hoping that Neversoft isn't...

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

Neversoft's new Hawk title feels like the most phoned-in one yet.

Arcade is a great throwback to the series' glory days; video editor is great; smooth online multiplayer; improved Nail the Trick

Story mode is rather joyless and unexciting; Rigger career path feels useless; feels rushed and lacks polish of past Hawk games

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