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Cristiano Ronaldo's New Game With That 'Hugo' Thing From TG4 Looks Utterly Bizarre

By Mikey Traynor
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Remember that game on TG4 where kids called into the studio and controlled a weird little troll called 'Hugo' by pushing the buttons on their phone? No? You lucky individual.

Those of us unfortunate enough to remember that gameshow due to having to watch it because nothing else was on when we were home sick from school, will know how strange it is that 'Hugo' has a new game coming out with Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. We are aware that Hugo is a cartoon character that is very popular across Europe, but in Ireland he's just a crap TG4 filler segment.

'Ronaldo & Hugo: Superstar Skaters' is the name of that game, that's right, you can stick your Tony Hawk's Pro Skater up your arse because Ronaldo is now taking over the skateboarding world.


According to Eurogamer.net the mobile game is an endless runner such as 'Temple Run' which means there is actually very little reason to download it because there are thousands of perfectly enjoyable games that are no doubt the exact same already on the market, but hey, this one has Cristiano Ronaldo in it, and he's skateboarding.


The game is based on either Ronaldo or Hugo skateboarding around Las Vegas attempting to escape 'Paparazzi Pete', and the producers are certainly very confident that it will be a hit:

We have no doubt that Hugo the Troll has the potential to become the world's greatest gaming character - especially with Cristiano Ronaldo at his side.

Good luck with that, sure Mario is a spoofer anyway.

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