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Tony Hawk And A Brand New Skate Park in Detroit

According to the Detroit News, Tony Hawk was on hand to celebrate the opening of Chandler Park Skatepark on Detroit’s east side this last Sunday. The 15,000-square-foot park was developed under “The Skatepark Project” (formerly the Tony Hawk Foundation). The funds were provided via financial support from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation.
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Tony Hawk visits Detroit for grand reopening of Chandler Park Skatepark

DETROIT – Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk stopped in Detroit this weekend to celebrate the grand reopening of the Chandler Park Skatepark on the city’s east side. Hawk’s organization The Skatepark Project teamed up with a number of organizations and sponsors to make the skatepark a reality for Metro Detroit skaters young and old. The professional skateboarder has helped create more than 700 skateparks across the country, but Detroit holds a special place in Hawk’s heart.
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Tony Hawk says remaster of Pro Skater 3 and 4 isn’t happening

A remaster of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 and 4 in the style of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 was once in the works, according to Tony Hawk himself, but that project likely isn’t happening, thanks to series developer Vicarious Visions being absorbed by Blizzard Entertainment.
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More Tony Hawk remakes were planned, but then shelved

For those with fingers crossed that the third and fourth instalments of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater might get a remake, there's bad news. According to Tony Hawk himself, speaking on a Twitch livestream, remakes for both were still planned as late as the release date of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 (opens in new tab), but due to the merging of remake studio Vicarious Visions with Blizzard, the project was shelved.
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