Summary: Great graphics. Love the ability to make your own trick. I don't like that you can not change the sex of the skaterwhen creating your character, as you could in previous games. Seems kind of silly to take that out. Good game though.
Summary: I was a die-hard Tony Hawk fan back in the day. I still have the first five games, from THPS to THUG. However, after THUG, it seemed that the games were kind of losing touch with their core, so I backed off.
Summary: Creative skill sets and storymode. New moves to master and you can create your own parks down the line. High replay value if you dig this kind of skateboarding game. There is a tutorial if you need assistance too. I have played some of the older titles and actually like them better than this one.
Summary: More of an exercise in anger management than a video game. the challengers are frustrating, the controls feel off and while the levels are good, it's actually unlocking this that makes me want to throw large objects at the screen.
I'd Stick With Skate, But This Game is Still Alright
28 October 2007
Summary: Graphics- While the character models look good, there are too many times they look rather ridiculous. Control- Staunch and a bit difficult to newcomers. However, there is a traditional sense to the game that will keep returning fans happy with familiarity.
Summary: A hugely disappointing entry into the Tony Hawk franchise. They can't seem to decide whether or not they want an actual story or just some generic skateboarding, and it doesn't help that the games are becoming far too easy.
Summary: Ok so i was excited at playing THPG after loving all the other games released and being an avid fan. I started playing THPG after i had played & completed skate which i loved. When i started playing THPG i was dissapointed in the framerate and the story line and the challenges, but i carried on...