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Tony Hawk's American Wasteland

Released on 07 April 2006

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

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Condition:  Used - VeryGood

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Get Ready for Unlimited Skating and BMX Biking in the Vast Wasteland of Skate Culture - Los Angeles!
No levels. No load times. Just never-ending action that doesn't stop until you leave the game! Tony Hawk's American Wasteland gives you - for the first time ever in a Hawk game - the freedom to skate, or bike, throughout a rich, expansive open environment. Once you arrive in Los Angeles, the vast city that gave birth to skate culture, the sky's the limit as you progress through the Wasteland story and choose missions that will have you immersed in the action without ever skating the same line twice!

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| | See all Revello's reviews (5)

I must start with saying that this game is pretty high demanding if you want to get the best out of graphics, Ive always been into skateboarding game's in the past but with so many coming out im starting to come off them now.

The game is best to buy for a console (ps3, xbox 360 ect.) due to the controls being quite fiddly on pc, but that is my opinion. If you like skating and sports entertainment go buy yourself a copy!

 Good whilst not groundbreaking..

| | See all daypun's reviews (1)

7th in the series and i have a feeling the non-fan boy crowd may have drifted away after the first 4 were released.

Like in the previous game (THUG2) you are introduced with 2 singleplayer gameplay modes. Classic and Story Mode.
Classic mode consists of the same old tasks involving obtaining high scores and collecting items. The levels themselves are slightly disappointing and can be quite dull compared with previous encounters. The tasks have also been seen before.

Its the story mode where the game excels. Funny in parts, slightly more challenging and definitely more entertaining.

I found the graphics to be very decent but are starting to show their age when you compare the game to the current Xbox 360 game.

The game as a whole is very short (especially if you play normal mode) but unlocking characters, movies, cheats will help lengthen the game. It took me around a week or so (1/2 hours a night) to complete but i haven't played the 'Sick' mode as of yet.
The freestyle moves and the inclusion of a BMX bike on every level adds a bit of variation to the game. Its almost as if the genre is branching out into a RPG with the emphasis on making money as well as pulling off large combos and tricks.
Creating skateparks, editing your own character, online mode are all still there and haven't had any major change from previous games.

4/5

Rating16+ (PEGI)