Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 Flips into Stores; New Trailer Takes Footing

The Hawk has returned. That sounded great, didn’t it? Well, Tony Hawk‘s Pro Skater 5 is one title many didn’t expect, but has finally landed on shelves after a decent little wait, bringing new names, faces, and more in general for fans both old and fresh to the franchise. A launch trailer has arrived showing the new blood, as well as the visual style that I am still undecided abo...

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 gets a New Trailer and Screenshots

Activision had a decent E3, but didn’t heavily detail Tony Hawk thus far – which is releasing in just three months. That is ok, as we now have new footage from a behind the scenes trailer that shows us more of what to expect from the 5th installment of the mainline franchise – as well as a fresh batch of screenshots. The trailer simply has Tony speaking of the project and its rev...

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 Set to Shred on Consoles

Activision can be an odd duck sometimes. One minute they’re milking a franchise, and other times they are reviving one that was killed due to over-saturation. It is hard to tell what the big publisher will do next, and just as shocking as the news was for a new Guitar Hero was, we now have an announcement for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC….and even the Xb...

Tony Hawk’s Shred Session Announced for Mobile Devices

Its a bit sad when you think about where our favorite franchises of yesterday have gone. The Tony Hawk line of games didn’t even get a proper revival this past generation, but it looks like mobile is the best and only way for things to continue. Today, Tony Hawk’s Shred Session was announced for Mobile devices, where you can pull of simple tricks with a few swipes. Here are some more details...

Tony Hawk HD Review

Tony Hawk HD Developer: RoboModo Platform: Xbox Live Arcade Release Date: July 18, 2012 Price: 1200 Points ($14.99) Overview When Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater first launched years ago, it was the game that could turn you into a popular kid by simply owning a copy. The year was 1999, Tony Hawk was at the peak of his career, the Nintendo 64 and Playstation were battling for supremacy, and console ga...

Microsoft’s Spring Showcase reveals tons of new games

Today Microsoft hosted a Spring Showcase, featuring many new video game titles that will playable in the coming year.  Original titles were revealed for PC, Kinect, Xbox 360 and Windows Phone 7.  However, they also revealed interesting details for many games we already knew were coming out, such as the latest Fable and Halo 4. For video recaps of the event, check out Major Nelson’s blog post...

Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD soundtrack likely to be changed

It seems that not everything can stay the same and while a major graphical overhaul is of course necessary for Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD, one thing that should not be changed is the music that would play while you skated through those various levels. Unfortunately it sounds like those same memorable tracks won’t be returning in the HD remake when it is released next year. In a statement from A...

Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD detailed

While we learned about the existence of Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD from the pro skater himself, Tony Hawk, there was little actual revealing to be had for the title during the VGAs. Today however Activision has decided to reveal a bit more about the title. The developers behind the game are the same ones who worked on one of the biggest flops in the franchise Tony Hawk Ride, Robomodo. Before anyone g...

Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD announced as digital title

It seems that even Activision couldn’t believe in the Tony Hawk series enough to try and release a new full blown title under the label. The teased Tony Hawk title was revealed today at the Spike VGA show and it turns out that the title is going to be Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD which will be an HD remake of the two earliest versions of the Tony Hawk franchise. Tony Hawk himself has said that th...

Tony Hawk hints at potential new game at Spike’s VGA

You know when your game does so bad when even charitable organizations won’t even take your video game as a donation because nobody wants it. But apparently that is alright with Activision and even better for Tony Hawk. It seems that despite two years of failed video games in the Tony Hawk franchise isn’t enough for the company and skate boarder, despite the fact that Tony Hawk Shred o...

100 games you must play before you die – Part One

With so many games out there, sometimes it’s hard to know which to play first. Luckily for you, though, the crew here at Capsule have played our fair share of games and are here to help you. For the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out the list of 100 games you must play before you die. Whether it be for the graphics, story, narrative, or the impact that specific game had on the overal...

Shaun White Skateboarding Review

Developer(s) Ubisoft Montreal Publisher(s) Ubisoft Platform(s) Xbox 360 (reviewed), PlayStation 3 Release date(s) October 24, 2010 Genre(s) Extreme sports Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Rating(s) PEGI: 12+[3] Shaun White Skateboarding sets to take the genre in a different direction with a blending of elements, instead of following the leader (Skate) developer Ubisoft Montreal decided to go its...

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