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The arcade's ultimate aerial experience comes home! See more »

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December 1986 (USA)  »

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720 Degrees  »

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One of the worst games I have ever played
25 October 2013 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

The only way to describe this game is to think of what Paperboy did for a paper round, that's what 720° does for skateboarding. Only Paperboy is a fun classic while this pile of crap is completely un-enjoyable and utterly forgettable experience.

You're an 80s skateboard punk in a town square hub where you can skate to 4 different skateboard effects and show off your skills to win point and unlock upgrades such as a new helmet or new board.

The upgrade feature could be seen as quite innovative in 1986 but...the controls!!! You're better off just trying to control this game with your mind because you're not going to get much response from the buttons. It's absolutely horrendous, and turns what might have been a pleasant diversion into a scalp-shredding nightmare.

Avoid this one, kiddies.


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