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Downhill Jam's sloping tracks start up here, where skaters drop into a quarter-pipe to pick up momentum.

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When grinding down a long rail, players must rock and twist their Wii-mote to keep their balance.

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Like all Tony Hawk games, Downhill Jam exaggerates skaters' skills for entertainment value. It's not a good idea to actually grind down a highway rail that's on the edge of a 50-foot drop.

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THDJ's downhill tracks, massive jumps, and stylized special trick meter will remind gamers of another game featuring a boy and his board.

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You won't be the only skater on the hill in Downhill Jam. If a competitor interferes with your run, you can throw some elbows to knock him off his board.

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Like previous Tony Hawk games, friends can enjoy split-screen action and find out who's the better video-game skater.

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Downhill Jam's huge hills and long tracks will let players catch more speed than in any Tony Hawk game to date.

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Nothing softens hands like using them to brake while flying down pavement.

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I don't know who this skater is, but he looks both radical and extreme.

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