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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground- Wii

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground- Wii
alaScore 75

20 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design and story. The size and controls are also appreciated, but comments about the gameplay and graphics are mixed. Many are less positive about the usability.

controls, size, story, design

usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Wii)

 

This version of Proving Ground makes it pretty clear that the priority for the Tony Hawk series is not on this platform.

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Wii)

 

Tony Hawk's Proving Ground for the Wii feels like a lot of other third-party Wii games: unfinished. The graphics fall short, the controls are uninspired, there's no online component, and as a sequel it breaks little ground. Fortunately, the core...

This review was based on a retail copy of the game purchased by Crispy Gamer.

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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

 

Older, trickier, more feature-packed and a bit intimidating

Crammed with innovative features ; New modes are welcome additions ; Seeing the Hawkman return to form

Slowly unlocking features ; Some graphical rough patches ; Might be daunting for newbies

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

In Hawk tradition, Proving Ground is familiar ground.

Controls generally solid; path-based Story mode is a nice twist; Nail-the-Grab and Agro Kick are good additions

Overall game is the same as we've seen forever; lack of things to do other than Story mode; ho-hum graphics

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (2007) on Wii

 

For the first time, players will havethe freedom to define their character, story and style based on the choices they make, the paths they choose and the style of skating they use on the proving grounds from Philadelphia and Baltimore to Washington, D.C.

Had the controls worked, it could have been decent. But they don't.

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (Wii) - Gameplanet Preview

 

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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

 

Also known as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 9, it just goes to show how many games Tony Hawk has lent his name to in the last decade. The Hawk name started off as a mark of quality, but soon gave way to by-the-numbers skating games that featured the man...

Decent cut scenes with skating icons ; Plenty of tricks to master ; Rig your own skating area ; Interactive streets with lots to skate on

Proving Ground has the potential for greatness but it's spoiled by poor controls that will see all but the most determined gamers throw their hands up in frustration. Stick with it and the cogs turn a little easier but the Wii version pales in...

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Kabookii - A Cranium Game for the Nintendo Wii

 

Last year, my children were thrilled when we were finally lucky enough to to snag one of the elusive Nintendo Wii systems for our home. At first, my son took it over and primarily used it to play sports games, but as time went on, we purchased, or ...

Fifteen activities, Cranium, whole family can play

Cannot practice games

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Cranium Kabookii: When Cranium Finally Fails, They Do It BIG!

 

We have Cranium games: Hullabaloo, Balloon Lagoon, Cadoo, Cariboo, and at least ...

not a single one

in-game commercials would be less annoying than animations, horrible game play, non-working activities

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