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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:37pm 30/07/07 | 3 Comments
The Tony Hawk series has ruled the skating game roost long enough. Now, EA have thrown down the gauntlet to the Birdman's long-running franchise with Skate. I got to go hands-on with the game at this year's E3 so click here for my full impressions to see if the bold new control-style Skate offers could be enough to derail Hawk from his perch.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:15pm 30/7/07
Pretty much, actually. The video editor for Skate is pretty good as well (compared to the new Hawk, which I'll have a preview up for by tomorrow), but yeah, both games are going to spawn a whole new wave of video content, which is only a good thing IMO
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