No, Skate redefined the way people played skateboarding games, and I daresay it's a much better redefinition than this will be.Julius M said:Skate included a skateboard-controller?meatloaf231 said:This. Plus, they aren't redefining anything. Skate already did it, and they did it better.Ollie596 said:No way i'm paying that much for a Tony Hawk game.
It's cheaper that way too. A new board's 'tween $40 and $100, pending on what you're getting and where from.all the tramps said:you may aswell by a new skate board and learn how to do it for real :L
I somehow doubt it'll survive a rail stand or primo. They don't make controllers like they make skate decks... And THOSE snap pretty regular.CapnJack said:This idea isn't appealing at all. THen again, neither is any skating game that is realistic. I've never seen the point. This will probably go over well with skaters, though.
Good luck playing Tekken or Guitar hero with mouse and keyboard...Malygris said:I've sunk a few dollars into some pretty specialized controllers over the years but I have a hard time seeing this as much more than a gimmick. Then again, I'm a guy who firmly believes that the keyboard-mouse combination is and always will be the greatest game controller ever
I'm sure they could learn to do handstands or try some serious wheel control on this thing.ChocoFace said:what about paralyzed people who want to play this?