No, That’s Not Tony Hawk. It’s Hunter X Hunter

By Spencer . June 28, 2012 . 4:01pm

Namco Bandai’s Hunter X Hunter game has a bit of skateboarding in it. Killua can either fight with his fists or a skateboard if you activate a change drive, a command that changes a character’s abilities in Hunter X Hunter: Wonder Adventure. The skateboard lets Killua jump over obstacles. Gon’s change drive is a fishing rod, which you can use to swing across gaps.




Hunter X Hunter: Wonder Adventure also has Leorio as a playable character who can use his knowledge of medicine to recover life. Kurapika sounds like the best fighter in the group since his change drive pulls out two swords.


Hunter X Hunter: Wonder Adventure comes out on September 20 in Japan.

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  • xXDGFXx

    OOOO, the cel-shading style reminds me of valkyria chronicles :O

  • kevinposta

     This looks really promising. :D
    I will try to get this if I can.

  • Guest

    It’s Hunter Hawk!

  • CirnoLakes

    Can you imagine, Tony Hawk, if it looked like that?

    “And now, Bam Margera and Rodney Mullen, in anime!”.

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Tony Hawk meets with Hisoka.^^………. Dead end??

  • Pallbear

    I think Tony Hawk can pass Hunter License Exam easily 

  • XYZ_JolteonZ980

    Killua is epic, Gon is, well disappointing, hopefully this game he is actually strong since in the anime, those losses have been embarassingly (really losing against Hisoka even when he knows NEN?! what even?!)

    • xXDGFXx

      haha, you haven’t been paying attention to the characters and the story have you…

    • Cloud_ST

       Seriously?,you think a kid with his level is gonna beat someone of Hisoka’s caliber just because he learned Nen?.

      • XYZ_JolteonZ980

        He should have, I mean he is the protagonist and all, so by default he’s supposed to win. Naruto, Ichigo, Natsu, and Tsuna, all learn something and defeat their foes immediately after learning it so Gon ought to have as well.

        • Cloud_ST

          That’s shonen logic.It’s pretty silly and in my opinion it hurts the story.Hunter x Hunter at least is a little bit more realistic and no one is going to win just cause they are the protagonist or because they are part of the good guys.

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