Tony Hawk: Shred
|Tony Hawk: Shred|
|Platform(s)||PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360|
|Mode(s)||Single-player, online multiplayer|
Tony Hawk: Shred is the 2010 sequel to the video game Tony Hawk: Ride, a spin-off of the Tony Hawk series. The game is a peripheral-based, motion controlled skateboarding game.
Shred introduces a snowboarding mode to the series as well as Avatar and Mii support on the Xbox 360 and Wii versions respectively. A "surfing" mode was worked on for the game, but was soon scrapped due to funds and short amount of time to work on it.
The initial price for the game was $120 for a bundle including the skateboard controller and approximately $50 for the stand-alone game. During its first week on sale in the United States, the game sold 3,000 copies; combined with the negative reception, the Tony Hawk franchise was put on hold.
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