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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:09pm 06/08/07 | 12 Comments
EA's foray into the skating game genre begins this October as the gaming giant today revealed a solid retail release date for the game.
Electronic Arts announced that its award-winning SKATE video game will ship to retail stores on September 12 in the U.S., September 14 in Europe, and October 11 in Australia for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system. The PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system version will ship to stores on September 24 in the U.S., October 5 in Europe and October 11 in Australia. For players eager to get their hands on the game pre-launch, EA will release a SKATE demo on Xbox Live Marketplace on August 15 so players can experience first-hand the title’s groundbreaking new gameplay style – a new way of playing skateboarding games that will invigorate the genre.
AusGamers went hands-on with the innovative skating title at this year's E3 Expo, click here for all the details of just how EA plans to tackle the Hawk series of games.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:32pm 07/8/07
this game is also more about using the analogue sticks on your controller, I doubt it would play that well on PC as a result (unless you're using a 360 controller on your PC)
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:45pm 07/8/07
There's plenty of good games out there to make both platforms worth your while.
Agreed.
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