So.... will I be able to use my Tony Hawk Ride skateboard peripheral for this?
Tony Hawk Announces Something That Basically Resembles That Tony Hawk HD Collection You Wanted
Porting the games in their entirety would probably be a licensing nightmare, so this seems like a good compromise. It all depends on what gameplay system they decide to use though.
I played THPS2 pretty much every day for, like, two years... at least. I fear that I won't be able to fully enjoy this game unless it manages to tickle the nostalgia gland when it comes to gameplay, art style, sound effects, animation, characters, boards... everything, really.
Oh, and it would be sweet if it had keyboard support. C-V-B-Space for life!
I bet the exclusion of THPS3 means it will get it's own standalone HD remake.
DLC for this game. Hide and watch.
That's really more an EA thing, withholding content for later...
three words - Call of Duty. Everyone is all about DLC, these days. Also, if they are actually rebuilding these for new consoles, I won't mind piecing the game together over time with DLC. I would pay $60 for a complete collection of 1, 2 and 3 rebuilt for HD consoles but maintaining the mechanics of 3. As it stands, Im hoping for this to come out for 15 with 5 dollar park packs of 3 or 4 maps each.
more than anything, I hope I don't have to 100% the game on 15 characters to unlock everything like you did in 2. I barely got one character to 100%. Never wanted to do it on all of them.
So this and the new Alan Wake are both looking to be downloadable games. This is a good trend. Even when a franchise has some setbacks, they can still contribute by making the downloadable markets a bit more appealing.
I think it's a lot better for everyone than doing a $40 disc. The Future, gentlemen.
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