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Tony Hawk's Motion Featuring Hue Pixel Painter Videos and Trailers - DS

Tony Hawk's Motion Featuring Hue Pixel Painter
Game Description:An exclusive iteration of the renown Tony Hawk's Pro Skater franchise designed for the DS, this 2-in-1 title uses a brand new motion-sensing accessory to control the game, and also packs in a bonus painting mode! In Tony Hawk's Motion players can twist, tilt and turn through numerous skateboarding sessions and for the first time in franchise history, the game brings snowboarding to its line-up adding to the more than 20 diverse mini-challenges available including new ones like Rail Hopper and Slalom and familiar ones like Hawk-Man and High Score. Once players finish grinding through locales like Tokyo, Dubai, Vermont and the Alps, they can switch gears and dip into the action-oriented puzzler Hue Pixel Painter. Uncovering sources of paint below the ground’s surface, players take Hue through various landscapes bringing color back to a dreary environment and defending against the Drabs who have set out to leave the world gray and bland.
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