There was a time not too long ago when peripherals and motion controls seemed like the undisputed future of gaming. While that has held true to a certain extent with the rise of VR, there were some major growing pains that this style of game had to go through. And no blunder was quite as notoriously disappointing as Tony Hawk: Ride.
This game had a world of potential that was absolutely squandered by the fact that it was all but unplayable as a result of its criminally unresponsive skateboard controller, which simply refused to work. Unless you like slowly crashing into walls over and over again, or not being able to simply navigate a menu without frustration, then this probably isn't the game for you.
As stated before, the Tony Hawk series has definitely seen some highs and lows over the years and Ride was undoubtedly its lowest point to date.