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Tony Hawk: Shred Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description: Whether riding on cement or snow, Tony Hawk: Shred has it covered. In addition to skateboarding, aspiring snowboarders can jump on Shred's amazing board controller and go crazy in a completely new way - feeling the ultimate rush of shredding down the steep mountain peaks of Whistler, the French Alps and Beijing, China as they launch off huge kickers and pull off crazy spins, flips and grabs.
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  • Tony Hawk Skateboarding Games To Be Discontinued In 2011, According To Activision

    Activision confirmed they would not be publishing any skateboarding games in 2011. This is bad news for the Tony Hawk series and even worse news for the Tony Hawk Ride skateboard. This news comes just a week after it was confirmed that Tony Hawk: Shred outsold Ubisoft's Shaun White Skateboarding.

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Tony Hawk Skateboarding Games To Be Discontinued In 2011, According To Activision
  • Analyst: Tony Hawk Sold Only 3,000 Units

    According to video game industry analyst Doug Creutz, Tony Hawk: Shred sold only around 3,000 copies in the last week of October, a dismal performance for any game, but a particularly dismal performance for a game bearing the name of skater Tony Hawk. According to Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, there may be hope for the...

    Posted November 19, 2010

    Analyst: Tony Hawk Sold Only 3,000 Units
  • Gamescom 2010: Tony Hawk: Shred Debut Trailer

    Posted: August 16, 2010

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