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Tony Hawk: Ride Release Date Confirmed

by Neal Ronaghan - August 10, 2009, 9:31 am PDT
Total comments: 9 Source: Press Release

Activision's latest take on the skateboarding genre will arrive with its motion-sensing skateboard controller on November 17 in North America.

Activision announced today that Tony Hawk: Ride will hit stores on November 17 in North America and November 20 in the United Kingdom and Germany.

The game will be bundled with a motion-sensing skateboard controller. The retail price for the bundle is currently unconfirmed, but reports are saying that it will be $119.99 in North America and £99.99 in the UK.

Talkback

NinGurl69 *hugglesAugust 10, 2009

Activision.

Really.

BlackNMild2k1August 10, 2009

This is gonna come down to how much Actibliz can advertise this game to make you want it vs how much you are willing to pay for it when you find out the price.

I'm gonna guess $130 for their specialty balance board and game.

Flames_of_chaosLukasz Balicki, Staff AlumnusAugust 10, 2009

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

I'm gonna guess $130 for their specialty balance board and game.

$119.99 in the US, £99.99 (roughly 170 when converted to USD) in UK. Price rape.

Mop it upAugust 10, 2009

That is ridiculously expensive. But if Guitar Hero can get away with it...

NinGurl69 *hugglesAugust 10, 2009

Activision took what they knew LAST-last gen (Tony Haork), and took what they know this gen (Plastic Music), and ran it through the SLAP CHOP.

"Kids, are gonna love my ."

Flames_of_chaosLukasz Balicki, Staff AlumnusAugust 10, 2009

I just want to see how huge the non-liability documentation is going to be for this game.

EasyCureAugust 10, 2009

More like Tony Hock-your-moms-jewelry-to-afford-this-game, amirite?

Flames_of_chaosLukasz Balicki, Staff AlumnusAugust 10, 2009

Quote from: EasyCure

More like Tony Hock-your-moms-jewelry-to-afford-this-game, amirite?

More like Activision's plan to make games more expensive.

EasyCureAugust 10, 2009

Quote from: Flames_of_chaos

Quote from: EasyCure

More like Tony Hock-your-moms-jewelry-to-afford-Activisions-games, amirite?

More like Activision's plan to make games more expensive.

Is that better, Flames?

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