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Friday, 08 May 2009 07:04

Tony Hawk to return this holiday

Written by David Stellmack

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Specifics to be announced at E3

Our sources are now confirming that the Tony Hawk franchise will return in time for this holiday season. Our insiders had previously confirmed that Activision already had the new sequel in development, but it seems the release is much more certain now.

According to our sources, Activision plans to unveil the specifics regarding the next chapter in the Tony Hawk franchise at E3. From what we hear the introduction is said to include a new motion sensitive skateboard peripheral that, while optional, can be used with the new software.
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