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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
23 October 2005
Excerpt: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 is a port of
the ever popular PSX/N64/Dreamcast game. Its premise is the same as
that of nearly every other Tony Hawk game: to go through levels
completing goals by performing tricks and earning cash. There is no
story per se, but that hardly matters in a game of this type.
Excerpt: Dale hits the nail on the head with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 . I really enjoyed the original and praised it on many levels, but the game didn't have an engaging single-player mode to keep me hooked. Unfortunately, that problem hasn't changed much with the sequel. The Create-a-Skater and level editor are commendable additions that really made me want to get into this game, and I'd be lying if I told you that designing and skating in my own skate park wasn't a total blast.
Excerpt: All hail Tony Hawk! It's time to quit all those other religions and bow down to the one true God (kidding!) Ok, so he's not that good but man, is he close. The latest version of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (THPS) may come in a small package but it's a big game . All the skating, grinding, trick pulling action of the world's greatest skater has been packed into a teensy Game Boy Advance (GBA) cartridge. It lacks nothing.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (Game Boy Advance) – Review
25 November 2003
Excerpt: When it comes to launch titles, Nintendo reigns supreme. With the launch of almost every Nintendo platform, gamers have been rewarded with games that were either groundbreaking or gave a true glimpse of the possibilities the console afforded game developers. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) got Super Mario Brothers ; the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) got a double helping in Super Mario World and Pilotwings ; and the Nintendo 64 got Super Mario 64 and...
Conclusion: - You’ll feel right at home if you’ve played any other Tony Hawk game "If you’ve got a GBA, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 is a good buy. And a must have for Tony Hawk fans." One of my favorite arcade games of all time is 720, famous for shouting "Skate or Die!" at every opportunity. That cloud of killer bees always made one go just a little faster.
Pros: - The only skateboarding game in town for GBA, - Lots of options and upgrades, - Fairly easy to pull off tricks, - Easy to get into but hard to master, - Good animation and graphics, - Tutorial to teach the basics, - You’ll feel right at home if you’ve played any other Tony Hawk game
Cons: - Some tricks are, - Fixed perspective difficult to get used to, - Sound is a little scratchy
Summary: After three weeks of heavy playing, has the handheld skating wonder proven itself? Jonny Metts knows what evil lur...~ahem~, knows whether you should get this game or not.
Pros: Deep, challenging gameplay will keep you busy for a long time, Extremely accurate port of the console versions, Fluid animation and very detailed levels make for a visual treat, Tight control, tweakable with many possible upgrades
Cons: Nothing new for fans of the series, Only six courses, Steep learning curve demands extensive playing if you want to be good
Excerpt: Tony Hawk ist eine lebende Legende unter den Skatern: Bereits seit 21 Jahren steht der US-Amerikaner regelmäßig auf seinem Board. Verständlich, dass Activison für Ihre Skateboarding-Sportgames-Serie Tony Hawk als Namensgeber wählte. Und das Konzept ging bisher wohl auch auf: Nach dem anhaltenden Erfolg der Serie auf N64, PSX und PC gibt es nun auch eine GBA-Version.
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