Tony Hawk: Shred
Tony Hawk: Shred is the sequel to Tony Hawk: Ride, and a skateboard peripheral-based video game developed by Robomodo and published by Activision. It was released in October 2010 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii, a year after the release of Ride, and has a new mode for snowboarding. The two games share the same peripheral.
Why It Sucks
- Suffers from the same control problems as Ride.
- Snowboarding mode doesn't add anything significantly new.
- Challenge mode drags on due to an excessive number of repetitive challenge types.
- Pro skaters featured in the game are underutilized and only shown in cringeworthy cutscenes.
- Reactions from skaters themselves on your performance don't vary; even if you do poorly, they'll still shower you with praise.
- You can't create your own skater in the PS3 version (even Ride included this feature and the Xbox 360 and Wii versions had Avatars and Miis).
- Poorly designed levels.
- Muddy visuals.
- Multiplayer is exactly the same as in Ride.
- Costed $120, just like Ride.