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Tony Hawk's Project 8 review

Tony Hawk hits the platform most resembling a skateboard


  • Another Tony Hawk game
  • Solid skating mechanics
  • A great soundtrack


  • Lackluster level design
  • PSP's missing buttons
  • Less customization

It%26rsquo;s that time of year again. Tony Hawk has landed on every major platform. And, while Xbox 360 and PS3 may sport the primo graphics, the ex-gen consoles carry the core gameplay we%26rsquo;ve come to expect from our yearly Hawk offering. You%26rsquo;ll be happy to know that the portable version of Tony Hawk's Project 8 is just as robust. With a few barely noticeable tweaks, the PSP kicks out just about every feature found on the PS2 and Xbox.

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DescriptionTony Hawk's starting from scratch with all-new graphics, physics, and a renewed focus on stone-cold skateboarding realism.
Franchise nameTony Hawk
UK franchise nameTony Hawk
PlatformPS3, Xbox 360, PS2, Xbox, PSP
US censor ratingTeen