I feel that the http://www.giantbomb.com/anthony-hawk/72-63770/ page should be removed due to the presence of the http://www.giantbomb.com/tony-hawk/94-13/ page. Anthony Hawk is, of course, just a more formal way of writing Tony Hawk, making that page unnecessary.
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I feel that they should have their own page simply because people recognize the difference between the world famous character "Tony Hawk" in the game and the vintage professional skater "Anthony Hawk" himself.
Although "Anthony Hawk" is not much of a game icon so I can understand how the "Anthony Hawk" page should be deleted.
The Anthony Hawk page should go. I'm surprised at the number of wikis that have no games attached to them. Should their be a distinction between a character and a real life person? Most of the time, those pages seem to be duplicates of each other. For example http://www.giantbomb.com/shaquille-oneal/94-90/ and http://www.giantbomb.com/shaquille-oneal/72-45079/.
One is a character page and one is a person page. One is for instances where he has appeared in video games. One is for instances where he is credited in the development of a game. However, unless he is actually credited as "Anthony Hawk" in video games (which I doubt), that one should be renamed to Tony Hawk.
My guess is that the "Anthony Hawk" page was originally intended to refer to someone named that, and not the skateboarder. But, Matty is right. It's perfectly normal to have a person page and a character page for some people. I've changed the person page to be called "Tony" instead of "Anthony."