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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Documentary shows: you need to know How It Created New Generation Of Skaters

On 4th September, Activision is going to release the Pro Skater 1+2 remake of Tony Hawk, coming up with a new generation of one of the most successful game franchise of all time. A documentary, Pretending I’m a Superman is also coming to us.

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Pretending I’m a Superman is a crowdfund documentary which is created by former Neversoft game producer Ralph D’Amato and the director of the film is Ludvig Gur. Gur began to work when he was only 18 and Tony himself agreed to participate very immediately.

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The film will be targeting on the early days of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater franchises. It consists of how it has influenced a generation of players to evolve into a generation of skaters. This will feature the interviews with the skating legends such as Hawk himself along with Rodney Mullen. The name of the movie Pretending I’m a Superman is derived from the lyric in the song Goldfinger song “Superman”.

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The Documentary will be featured in the soundtrack for the remake on PS4, Xbox One and PC and John Feldmann the singer of the band said that a lot of people who speak to him about Goldfinger will mention the game.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater has been awaited since 2015 when the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 was released.

Other popular songs that will be coming back consists of “Police Truck” by Dead Kennedys and “No Cigar” by Millencolin.

 

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