Reviews and Problems with Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure
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Honestly not that bad!
MacMacMacAttack , GameStop
13 July 2011
Summary: This game is actually pretty fun, it has a lot of characters and even more levels. You get to create 2 of your own characters which doesn't seem like much, but you can live with it. If you are a fan of disney this will be a game for you!
Summary: I rented this game for my 7-1/2 year-old son. He made faces at first but then played it solid. The graphics are fun, the challenges are at a good level for him. Hard enough to frustrate him a bit, easy enough that he eventually gets it and is proud of himself.
Summary: I'm an 11 year old and I'm a Tony Hawk fan! I think that this is a good idea. As you may know already, Tony Hawk is rated T, but it is a fun game. I think it was good of them to let smaller kids have some fun with it too, but not with all the bad language and stuff.
Summary: I got this game for Christmas. My only Complaint is that Lil' Romeos voice is like a normal edit kid. I thought that it would be Romeos voice. In Zurgs World it has a low gravity crater that is good for ollies and spine tranfers.
Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure--review from a parent
15 October 2003
Summary: Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure is a fun game for the 6-12 crowd most likely. The game features tunes from Radio Disney and many fun characters including Buzz, Woody, Tarzan ,etc. As a parent of two, and gamer myself, we all had fun playing the game.
Summary: This game was an awesome idea but got put out too quickly. This game was great until I beat it on the second or third day. The characters were really fun to play with but had 5 or 6 easy objectives each. But even though the levels were short the create-a-skater was worth buying the game for.
Summary: The kids should really dig this game from Activision; most of them won't have any problem racking up high scores since they have played Tony Hawk a million times already. This game uses the trick/control engine from the popular Hawk series. Lots of levels, tricks, neat hidden stuff, etc.