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Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:You'll start at the top in this Tony Hawk skater built exclusively for Nintendo's handheld systems, but you won't stay there long. Feel the rush as you plunge downhill on the steepest skate courses in the world. Skate as 8 original characters or Tony Hawk himself through over 90 events in 8 environments, including Hong Kong, Machu Picchu, and San Francisco. Out-trick and outmaneuver your opponents in arcade style racing. Customize your rider with the Create-A-Skater feature and ride a variety of decks, each with different attributes. Local WiFi and online multiplayer modes let you compete against up to four friends in multiple game modes.
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