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Indepth look at Tony Hawk Downhill Jam for Wii



Here is an indepth interview with Paul Reiche put together by IGN. Paul is a lead director for the upcoming Wii game. This video gives a nice look at gameplay and shows extensive bits of the game in action. It's a little long, but it's a must watch for Tony Hawk fans.

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11:04 AM

The Tony Hawk series doesn't appeal to me and I'm not looking into getting this game, but I'm interested how they will incorperate motion sensitivety.    



4:47 PM

I have the original Tony Hawk game on N64 and I loved it when I was younger. I also loved playing Tony Hawk 2X on my friend's Xbox so long ago. Downhill Jam looks awesome because its a dragrace....on a skateboard. It should be an interesting game. I hope to get it.    



8:34 PM

I love tony hawk games. I have every tony hawk game in the series. That looks pretty cool, but I'm gunna stick to the original TH series. The main reason is that I'm probobly not getting a Wii. And I just like how the original TH series is like actual skateboarding. Just roaming around a city and grinding stuff, then getting into a random challenge. I think the idea of racing sounds kinda fun, but I'm more interested in free roaming.    



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