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Tony-hawk-ride.23153216
5.9 out of 10

Tony Hawk Ride

Tony Hawk: RIDE features a wireless skateboard controller design Read more

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Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 4
4.0
Funfactor 7
7.0

Tony Hawk: Ride

Digital Chumps
9 December 2009
  • Conclusion: I had high hopes for Ride, but they've been dashed by some major controller issues. I believe we'll be seeing more from this controller at some point, hopefully under much better circumstances. That said, I still had fun with Ride in spurts. Bottomline, if you get a chance to play it, you should and judge for yourself if it's worth the $120.
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Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 4
4.0
Funfactor 7
7.0

Tony Hawk: Ride

Digital Chumps
9 December 2009
  • Conclusion: I had high hopes for Ride, but they've been dashed by some major controller issues. I believe we'll be seeing more from this controller at some point, hopefully under much better circumstances. That said, I still had fun with Ride in spurts. Bottomline, if you get a chance to play it, you should and judge for yourself if it's worth the $120.
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Overall 5
5.2
Gameplay 5
5.2
Graphics 7
6.9
Sound 5
5.1
Longevity 4
3.9

Tony Hawk: Ride

NowGamer
20 November 2009
Overall 6
5.5

Tony Hawk: Ride

gamervision.com
20 November 2009
  • Excerpt: Activision panicked. After eight years of what could be considered a monopoly over the extreme sports genre, a newcomer handily dethroned the king of skateboarding. In the first year of sales, Skate outsold Tony Hawk 2:1. Think about that for a moment. It would be as if a developer made a football game that sold doubly as good as Madden in the first year. Even Rock Band , which did better, critically speaking, than Guitar Hero, still trailed in terms of sales.
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Overall 6
5.8

Tony Hawk RIDE

GameFocus
9 December 2009
Overall 5
5.0

Review: "Tony Hawk: Ride" (PS3)

gamingxp.com
14 December 2009
  • Excerpt: Activision veröffentlichte vor kurzem einen brandneuen Teil aus dem bisher äußerst erfolgreichen „Tony Hawk“- Franchise . Ob auch der neueste Teil, der unter dem klingenen Beinamen „ RIDE “ an den Start geht, sein Geld wert ist, lesen Sie im folgenden Review. Die „Tony Hawk“-Spielreihe hat mittlerweile rund 10 Jahre in der Videospielbranche hinter sich.
  • Pros: Innovativer Skateboardcontroller, Tony Hawk, Genialer Soundtrack, High Quality Videos (u.a. für die Kalibrierung)
  • Cons: Hoher Anschaffungspreis, Viele Ladezeiten, Steuerung, Grafik, Keine Story
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Overall 5
4.9
Graphics 4
4.0
Sound 7
7.0
Multiplayer 3
3.0

Tony Hawk: Ride

Looki.de
3 December 2009
  • Conclusion: Bei dem Versuch, das Genre zu revolutionieren, legen sich Tony Hawk, Robomodo und Activision Hand in Hand aufs Maul. Und dieser Sturz tut weh. Immerhin hat man es endlich mal gewagt, der Serie einen Neuanfang zu verpassen. Und da ist dieses Debakel von einem Spiel natürlich umso schmerzvoller. Man merkt RIDE förmlich an, dass die Entwickler nie wussten, an welche Zielgruppe sich ihr Spiel richten soll.
  • Pros: flüssige Framerate, gute, abwechslungsreiche Tracklist, gelungene Manuals, ab und zu kommt Skateboard-Feeling kurzzeitig auf, kurzes Tutorial, Party-Modus, Online-Modus
  • Cons: triste, einfallslose Strecken, schlechte Animationen, peinliche Special-Effects, nur durchschnittliche Soundeffekte, insgesamt kaum Kontrolle, schlechte Erkennung der Bewegungen, mieses Steuerungskonzept, auf "casual" zu leicht, auf höheren Schwierigkeitsgraden fast schon unspielbar, Board verliert schnell Kalibrierung, schlechtes Streckendesign, miese Steuerung, kaum Spielmodi, extrem lange Ladezeiten, keine Erklärungen zu speziellen Tricks, schwerer Einstieg, ... de...
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