Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4
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8bitnoid , GameStop
20 April 2011
Summary: This is the" Best" Tony Hawk game I have ever played. Newer tony hawk games seem to try to be too realistic,but THPS4 is a fantasy, comical, what if you could do this awesome trick in real life type of game. And thats what makes this game so Epic ! The next thing that makes this game so cool is the glitches for example when you unlock moon gravity and matrix mode you can do crazy stuff like teleport, sink through the floor, float in the air forever(or until your game...
Summary: This game is very good for anybody who is interested in any kind of skating. Although some of the tricks are ALMOST impossible for some people. As you play it more you begin to get sucked into it. In career mode you may have some tough challenges, so it's a very addicting game. Also a good place to practice your skating skills is in free skate or 2 player free skate... gotta get it.
Summary: This is by far the best Tony Hawk game that they have ever made and I do not believe they will ever be able to beat it no matter how many more Tony Hawk games they put out there. It has great graphics, and the way that they set it up, making it different from any of the others is great and it is also the best. Then the graphics are also pretty good and that is about the most they will be able to improve.
Summary: Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 is awesome! The Graphics are outrageous, and the moves are really cool. You have so many choices for how you want your skater to look like, or you can just go with one of the skaters that are based on the actual person. But even those can be customized. You can go crazy with tattoos and accessories, or just leave the guy plain and simple... it is totally up to you.
Excerpt: "...after doing a review on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3, and being the great fan of extreme sports that I am, I thought I would do a review of the next game in the great Tony Hawk game series. Out if the first four in the series, this is my favourite of them all, followed closely by Tony Hawk's 3. In this game, there are a lot more tricks. There are a lot more secrets to be unlocked in this one, and there are even mini games in this unlike the previous ...
Pros: Loads more tricks, videos, skaters, secrets, mini games
Summary: I first borrowed this game of a mate, and i couldn't believe how good it was. I played it non-stop and never wanted to give it back but that day had to come. After i gave it back i knew that i had to have this game. So i quickly got it and i am still happy with it from this day to come. Th4 dosen't have a story like th:underground but is a all round better game. Its my fave in the whole series. If you are thinking about any tony hawk game get this. It's quite big aswell.
Summary: I had never played any tony hawks game before. Once i went to a mates house thought I'd try it out and LOVED IT!! I wasn't very good compared to my friend but I loved it all the same. If you dont know which Tony Hawks to buy get this one!
Summary: Tony Hawks. Just the name grasps peoples attention and anyone who thinks that getting to no. 4 now is getting boring is definately STUPID. People who think that do think that because with the first 3 the changes have been a few extra moves and levels etc. but this time it has gone to a whole new place. With only 64 objectives on the last one this time there are a whopping 190 objectives! And...
Summary: This has gotta be the best THPS game yet (as it's supposed to be). But. The improvement from THPS3 is far more than THPS3 was from THPS2 etc. Never before have i encountered so much interactivity. You can play on this game for AGES and not get bored. The single player career is continuosly challenging. Every time you think u've completed the game, it tells you that you need to do more. But thtas great cuz i don't want the game to end! that's how good it is.
Summary: Reviewing Tony Hawk games is easy. God knows, we've done it enough times. The release of THPS4 on PS2, Xbox and Gamecube this month will take the total number of Tony's games to something like 18, on every console under the sun, and PC too. Every time they bring out a new one, it's the same story -- a small graphical upgrade, some new courses to skate, a new trick that lets you string together bigger combos. Same old, same old. Or is it?