Tag: skateboarding


Olliolli2: Welcome To Olliwood (Pc) Review 5

OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood (PC) Review

 |  Steven Messner
There is a beautiful elegance about OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood; a kind of sublime state of Zen you reach as you fly through its levels in pursuit of that elusive high score. Like its prequel, OlliOlli2 is a reduction of skateboarding into its purest form; a tactile choreography of tricks strung together to complete objectives […]
The Newest Tony Hawk Game Is A Free-To-Play Lane Runner On Mobile Devices  - 2014-05-01 16:46:39

The Newest Tony Hawk Game is a Free-to-Play Lane Runner on Mobile Devices

 |  Tyler Reynolds
The new Tony Hawk game has officially been revealed, but it’s not the game that fans would think it would be. Tony Hawk’s Shred Session is a mobile only lane runner. Players will have to swipe across the screen like in other lane runners such as Temple Run and Sonic Dash to avoid obstacles. Tricks can […]
Olliolli (Ps Vita) Review 3

OlliOlli (PS Vita) Review

 |  Bryan Calhoun
I should start off this review by saying that I have no real experience or interest in skateboarding; although, and as luck would have it, none is needed when it comes to OlliOlli. In reality, OlliOlli is basically a side-scrolling platformer. Skateboarding games in Tony Hawk and EA’s Skate franchises would drop you into a […]
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Tony Hawk confirms skateboarding series will return

 |  Luke Bailey
The skateboarding franchise isn’t quite as dead as we were told.
Tony Hawk: Shred (Xbox 360) Review 1

Tony Hawk: Shred (XBOX 360) Review

 |  Eric Weiss
There’s a sequence in Tony Hawk: Shred in which you jump over the outstretched jaws of a giant shark, and never has level design been more indicative of the terminal nature of a release. The latest installment in the crumbling Tony Hawk franchise sounds bad when you hear about it, looks bad when you see […]
Shaun White Skateboarding Review 1

Shaun White Skateboarding Review

 |  Wayne Santos
Grinding The Middle Rail It’s been a strange time for the once mighty skateboarding genre. When Neversoft was still making skate games, they burst on the scene in 1999 with Tony Hawk Pro Skater and promptly went on to define the genre for years afterwards. Fast forward 11 years later, and Neversoft is out of […]


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