Summary: This game is really good, the graphics are very realistic, and you can almost feel completely immersed in the experience, as if you were really skating in a suburban town. In this game, you use the analog sticks and the L2, and R2 buttons to nail tough tricks, which get easier once you get used to playing. It's a really cool game. I just got this game at GameStop a week ago, and it was a steal.
Summary: i think for 10 bucks most games for ps3 or xbox 360 are worth it. theyre arent many games for 10 or under that arent sport related so when i see one i give it a try. i thought hey why dont i try this game out its only 10 bucks. tony hawk series was amazing in ps1 and ps2 but this generation it didnt do good. once skate came out all other skates games disappeared. dont expect this game to be like skate at all.
Summary: I don't think anyone would argue that the Tony Hawks games have peaked, but this one is still not a bad game at all all things considered. There's only so much you can pack into a game of this kind, and minus a couple of new tricks and gimmicks, Project 8 is really not much different from it's predecessors. The game is mapped out as one huge world, rather than several separated levels. Different sections of the world unlock as you progress.