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Tony Hawk shows us exactly how it's done.
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This board is a closer representation of what the final unit will look like.
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The vert ramp mode controls a bit differently than normal street skating.
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It takes a minute to find your balance on the skateboard accessory.
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We played the game with a prototype version of the skateboard.
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When your hand breaks the infrared sensor on the front of the board, the game reads that as a grab.
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Here we see the prototype skateboard next to the near-final version.
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The new art-style resembles a cell-shaded influence.
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Tony Hawk: Ride is set to ship this October for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
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