Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Project 8
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not the same game as on ps2
married gamers, Amazon
22 February 2011
Summary: my husband and i originally had this game for the ps2 and we loved playing it! we eventually sold our ps2 and the games and got the ps3. having missed playing this game we decided to buy it for the ps3. its not the same game though! they took out alot of the original game play and tasks you had to complete in story mode. which personally for us, was what made the game so fun. overall, its a fun game and we still enjoy playing it.
Summary: i always enjoyed playing the tony hawk pro skater games on my PS original. and this has the same feel as those old games, which i love. And along with the "Nail the Trick" it is one of the best tony hawk games.
Summary: this is an action packed game its for teens and adults it will keep you wanting to play and losing track of time its awesome all the way around its horror, violence and actions anyone that loves these things will adore this game.
Summary: This is a pretty good game for the price. I started playing skating games again and decided to get this one. If was really fun at first, but it seems to just get old after a while. But for the price, it was worth getting.
Summary: If you liked TonyHawk on PS2 then you'll definitely love it on PS3. Especially for the nail the trick mode which allows you to control both skater's feet as you wish, so you can create your own tricks. That game is full of hidden spots I think I'll play it for a long time and I bought a new one for less than $15 !
Summary: I don't really understand some of the negative reviews I have seen this game receive on here as well as other sites. I was very pleased with how big the world is that you skate in, and the career mode is great too. No it won't be as legendary as the original THPS, but that's because this isn't the first of its kind. If you can get over the nostalgia of wanting the original for no real reason, then you'll find this game is very fun.
Summary: Tony Hawk's Project 8 tries to go back to the basics of what made the first games so likable, while still keeping a "story" for those who thought that was a good addition. The game has a simple story, the "classic" goals as well as tons of others, and is just plain fun to play. In holding true to the Tony Hawk's series you can string together tons and tons of tricks and there are even a few new ones that you haven't been able to do in previous games to rack up points, to...