Cowan and Company called it a "virtual no-show" with DJ Hero 2 not doing so hot either, scraping in just 59k US sales its first two weeks at retail.
There's quite the shake-up at Activision lately and Tony Hawk's developer Robomodo already announced they're off the series. Already PS2 Guitar Hero studio Budcat Creations is no more and Bizarre Creations is up in the air. The ground is really shaky, much like in the launch trailer for Shred below.
Tony Hawk: Shred released on Xbox 360 and PS3, and is accompanied by the skateboard peripheral which just hasn't managed to win over gamers very well at all.