Tony Hawk: Shred

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Tony Hawk: Shred
Tony Hawk Shred.jpg
Developer(s) Robomodo
Publisher(s) Activision
Series Tony Hawk's
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Release date(s)
  • NA October 26, 2010
  • EU October 29, 2010
Genre(s) Extreme sports
Mode(s) Single-player, online multiplayer

Tony Hawk: Shred is the 2010 sequel to the video game Tony Hawk: Ride, a spin-off of the Tony Hawk series.[1] The game is a peripheral-based, motion controlled skateboarding game.

Shred introduces a snowboarding mode to the series as well as Avatar and Mii support on the Xbox 360 and Wii versions respectively. A "surfing" mode was worked on for the game, but was soon scrapped due to funds and short amount of time to work on it.

Sales[edit]

The initial price for the game was $120 for a bundle including the skateboard controller and approximately $50 for the stand-alone game. During its first week on sale in the United States, the game sold 3,000 copies;[2][3] combined with the negative reception, the Tony Hawk franchise was put on hold.

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Aceyalone featuring Bionik - "Workin' Man Blues"
  • Alice Cooper - "Schools Out"
  • Amazing Baby - "Smoke Bros"
  • Anberlin - "We Owe This To Ourselves"
  • The Appleseed Cast - "Fishing The Sky"
  • At The Drive-In - "Cosmonaut"
  • Bad City - "Wildlife"
  • Bad Religion - "Only Rain"
  • Baron & Black Mountain - "The End Of The Beginning"
  • The Beach Boys - "I Get Around"
  • Biffy Clyro - "Saturday Superhouse"
  • Bill Haley & His Comets - "Rock Around The Clock"
  • Braid - "The New Nathan Detroits"
  • The Brian Setzer Orchestra - "Jump, Jive an' Wail"
  • Brass Bed - "Pop Mission"
  • Burning Brides - "If One Of Us Goes Further"
  • Circa Survive - "Get Out"
  • Coheed and Cambria - "World of Lines"
  • Cornelius - "Free Fall"
  • A Day To Remember - "Have Faith In Me"
  • Deftones - "Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away)"
  • Devo - "Uncontrollable Urge"
  • Far - "Deafening"
  • Foxy Shazam - "Unstoppable"
  • Freeway & Jake One - "Throw Your Hands Up"
  • G.B.H. - "Kids Get Down"
  • Greek Fire - "Doesn't Matter Anyway"
  • Guttermouth - "Summer's Over"
  • The Happy Hollows - "High Wire"
  • The Henry Clay People - "End Of An Empire"
  • Iggy Pop & The Stooges - "Search And Destroy"
  • Jimmy Eat World - "My Best Theory"
  • The Law - "Don't Stop, Believe"
  • Little Fish - "Whiplash"
  • Living Things - "Mercedes Marxist"
  • Me First and the Gimmes - "Over The Rainbow"
  • Mike Posner - "Cooler Than Me"
  • Moving Units - "Between Us & Them"
  • Nena - "99 Red Balloons"
  • Neon Trees - "Animal"
  • Obits - "Widow Of My Dreams"
  • OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass"
  • Orion - "Electro Snake"
  • Psychosis - "Building Empires"
  • Psychosis - "Face of War"
  • Rise Against - "The Good Left Undone"
  • Rival Schools - "Travel By Telephone"
  • Royal Republic - "The Royal"
  • Sam & Dave - "Soul Man"
  • Sleigh Bells - "Kids"
  • Social Distortion - "Reach For The Sky"
  • The Soft Pack - "Answer To Yourself"
  • Sponge - "Plowed"
  • Story Of The Year - "The Dream Is Over"
  • Surfer Blood - "Swim"
  • The Swellers - "Sleeper"
  • Switchfoot - "The Sound (John M. Perkins' Blues)"
  • Taylor Hawkins - "James Gang"
  • Ted Leo - "Where Was My Brain?"
  • Texas Is The Reason - "If It's Here When We Get Back It's Ours"
  • Vampire Weekend - "Cousins"
  • Yellowcard - "Lights and Sounds"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hopkins, Tom. "First Tony Hawk: Shred Screens Online". NowGamer. Retrieved 19 September 2010. 
  2. ^ Robert Purchese. "Tony Hawk Shred sold how many?". Eurogamer. 
  3. ^ "Tony Hawk: Shred Bombs In North America". GamingUnion.net. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 

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