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Tony Hawk: RIDE just in time for the holidays

You should know by now that we love video games, well mostly the kids but I get excited when we find fun games that 1) aren’t violent 2) are interactive 3) entertain more than just one person in the house. I found another winner! Tony Hawk: RIDE

Available for the Wii, XBOX 360 and Play Station 3, RIDE features an innovative motion sensing skateboard controller, and redefines the sports genre by offering a fully dynamic hands-free gaming experience. Designed in conjunction with the game, the cutting edge wireless controller allows for unprecedented freedom and movement. Players of all experience levels will have the chance to feel what it’s really like to skate.

Some of the key features of the game include:

• Anyone Can RIDE: Featuring different modes tailored to skill and preference, Tony Hawk: RIDE is fully accessible to everyone – from hardcore fans to players with no prior skateboarding experience. Without complex button combinations or analog sticks, gamers can literally step on the board to play.

• Unique Motion-Sensitive Controller: Using full motion sensing technology, the intuitive skateboard controller allows players to physically control the action by performing various movements and gestures on the board that directly translate into amazing tricks in the game. Gamers can experience a full range of movement as they rotate, tilt and lift the board in a variety of ways to discover new tricks in the game.

• Exciting, Immersive and Social Game Play: Tony Hawk: RIDE features a diverse set of trick, vert, and speed challenges that allow players to take on their friends and family as they compete with each other via “Hot Seat” game play. With robust multiplayer, online and create-a-skater modes, players can jump into a personalized and extremely social gaming experience

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Keep an eye out Christmas weekend when we get the chance to review our own RIDE.

This is a sponsored post but the opinions and descriptions presented belong solely to LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too!