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Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360) - Scandinavia

Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360) - Scandinavia
alaScore 75

33 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 33 reviews of Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360) - Scandinavia. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Some have doubts about the controls and gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360) - Scandinavia is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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Tony Hawks Project 8 Game Review - Xbox 360

 

There are a few fun nuggets to unlock and enjoy, like the in-depth tutorial for true newcomers, and videos of pro skaters and mo-cap sessions. The online play is basically what you expect, with the addition of a cool new game called “walls,” where...

This is Neversoft's gem in the Tony Hawk series. It's deep, refreshing, and nail the trick will blow your mind

You've never played a Hawk game before, and you're suspicious. Trust us, you should have this game in your 360 library

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Tony Hawk's Project 8 review for the XBOX360

 

Skateboarding is not a crime.

Another Tony Hawk game!; Streaming world; Tons to do; Solid online content

Another Tony Hawk game; Now with framerate problems

When American Wasteland hit the shelves last year, I wondered if Activision and Neversoft would still be able to wow us after six nearly identical games, but they did pretty okay by us here at GR. This year's Tony Hawk's Project 8 soars even higher in...

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Tony Hawk's Project 8

 

Real skating bite, minus the wheelchair

Imported reality ; Skate-oriented goals ; Nailing and falling

Classic mode ; Praying to the combo ; Damn zombies

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Tony Hawk's Project 8 Review (Xbox 360)

 

My sheer addiction to the early THPS games waned as the franchise trudged on. The “same ol' same ol'” skating, more competition (in the extreme sports genre), and over-the-top direction of the series made me (and much of the gaming public) lose...

is very impressive, almost to the point that you could watch the action (especially in the Pro Tricks Viewer) and learn how to do tricks. I could have used nicer skins over the wireframes however. The clothing texturing is so-so, and the facial maps...

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Tony Hawk's Project 8

 

The online experience carries the Birdman's eighth outing, despite its stumbles, into next-gen.

Visually fantastic levels; great online integration into the guaranteed-to-be-lengthy single-player game

Wonky controls hurt the gameplay; Nail the Trick is more gimmick than gameplay; upgrading a skater feels like an RPG level grind

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Tony Hawk's Project 8

 

This text refers to the PlayStation 3 version of this title.Built on a new engine, Tony Hawk's Project 8 is designed to be the most complete and well-rounded game in the series to date. Tony and his crew are looking for eight promising skaters, so single-

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Tony Hawk's Project 8- Xbox 360

 

Much as we enjoyed American Wasteland, it didn't take a genius to see that a) it wasn't a great game, b) it was about as next-gen as Dig Dug and c) Tony just wasn't himself. The vert legend seemed to have shelved his emphasis on purity, big scores and...

More so than many other gaming franchise (and more than many people give it credit for), the Tony Hawk games are pure tests of player skill and reactions. From knowing exactly which tricks you can squeeze into each ollie, to being able to hold down an...

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Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360) review

 

rnForget American Wasteland, this is Tony Hawk's true next-generation debut

f you don't like the Tony Hawk's series, there's little here to change your mind. But if skateboard antics are your sort of thing, the refinements made will make this right up your alley.

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Tony Hawk's Project 8

 

The greatest skating game in the known universe returns in Tony Hawks Project 8 that immerse gamers into the definitive skateboarding experience using ultra-realistic graphics, enhanced physics and extremely responsive controls that simulate the...

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