Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground Ollies Onto Store Shelves


The battle against EA’s Skate for skateboarding game supremacy can now officially begin, as Activision has shipped Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground to retailers nationwide. Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground is available now on the PS3 and Xbox 360 for $59.99, the Wii for $49.99, the PS2 for $39.99 and the DS for $29.99 (damn, Activision sure hit every price point possible with this title).

“With Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground, we are giving gamers the chance to express their personal style like never before,” said Joel Jewett, president, Neversoft Entertainment. “They can do everything from skating the way they want, and producing their own classic videos, all the way to pulling-off the newest Nail the Trick maneuvers and tricking out their skate lounge to hang-out with friends.”

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