Speaking to VideoGamer.com at E3 earlier this month, Robomodo president Joshua Tsui revealed that the skateboard peripheral to be released alongside Tony Hawk Ride should be seen as its own platform, with many more games planned to utilise the device.

"It's really important to us that when people buy this package that they understand that, right now we're concentrating on Tony Hawk Ride, but we want to make sure that people have a good return on their investment so there are many games that are planned for this peripheral," said Tsui.

He added: "We look at it less as a peripheral, as more of a platform. The obvious ones are snowboarding and surfing and such, but there are a lot of games that can be used with this board, and we're really excited to start working on those."

Tony Hawk Ride is scheduled for release later this year on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii. Look out for more from Joshua Tsui very soon.