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 May 20, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* THAW first impressions

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GamesRadar's got first impressions of Tony Hawk's American Wasteland, and it looks decently sweet.

Other additions that we must admit to being a tad excited about are the abilities to wallop people in the face with your board as well as being able to eschew your deck altogether for a BMX, echoing early Tony Hawk offshoot Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX.

And, as well as the extensive Story mode, there's also a Classic mode that mirrors the gameplay style of the original Pro Skater games and features updated versions of levels from previous Tony Hawk titles.
Looks like the series is going strong.
 

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