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Tony Hawk's Project 8 Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Tony Hawk is looking for the eight best amateur riders in the world, and you want to be on that list! Design your character from scratch choosing from a number of different styles and options. Cruise around 12 different areas, all with their own distinct feels and possibilities. Locate goals spread all over the world, including skate tricks, photo and film goals, and puzzle goals, which require you to build your own obstacles to skate. Talk to a pedestrian to enter classic mode, where you've got two minutes to nail 10 goals. Or, try the "nail the trick" mode, where time slows down, and you control your feet separately, creating your own trick on the fly.
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