Summary: I'll be amazed if this review gets posted. We ordered it in August 2006. Two months later, we're still waiting for it to arrive. We chose standard shipping...which must mean a slow boat from China. Every few weeks we get an email pushing back the shipping date. Why would overnight shipping be offered on a product they can't get their hands on for two months not two days? Check the website, they'll still offering expedited shipping, yet no product for two months.
Summary: The collectors editon og tony hawk is great it comes with 2 more levels 2 Secret Skaters A making of documentary And More This whole entire game is great but there are some downs. 1 level+2 levels=3 levels for whole game bad running up wall and doing backflip is hard GET ThIS GAME BETTER THAN FIRST AND SECOND
Summary: I write this review as a long-time fan of the Tony Hawk series. Except for the very first game, I've bought all on their initial days of release. THAW follows the same pattern of the THUG games, in that the main feature is the story mode, which -- although a natural pregression for the series -- ultimately comes off as kind of lame. On "sick" mode it is fairly challenging, but on "normal" mode it is far too easy.
Summary: I have Tony Hawk 4, THUG, THUG 2 and this game. I loved the previous 3 games and bought them immediately. But this one, wow. Tony Hawk should be embarassed that his name is on a product that was rushed into production with TONS of glitches. The irony of that is that the game features a skateboard gang that is quote unquote anti-corporate. Whatever.
Excerpt: This is one of the best games to come out of the Tony Hawks skateboarding range of games. It was the first in the series to do away with loading screens and one of the best things about this game is that you can skate from area to area with no loading in between. This means a non-stop playing gaming experience. You can play in story mode or in free play.
Excerpt: Tony Hawks American Wasteland is a skating game for the Playstation 2 devloped by Neversoft. Tony Hawks American Wasteland puts you in the role of a skater who has journeyed to the skating paradise of Los Angeles and you build your character by joining a skating crew, learning new moves and meeting new characters. The aim of the game is to make a name for yourself participating in skating contests and just hanging out with your crew and helping people out.
Excerpt: This is a great skateboard game; basically you play as skater who has come to Los Angeles in search of fame and fortune with regards to skating. There are loads of challenges and eventuallyyou end up trying to save an antique skate park by getting a load pros together to create a video - the funds of which go to buy the skatepark. The graphics aren't great but they really don't need to be.
Excerpt: I purchased this from game on a 3 games for £20 deal some months ago now and find it to be quite an interesting play. This game is for 1 or 2 players and works with the 8mb memory cards which you can purchase for the Playstation 2. This game is also compatiable with the analog control pads (this makes the analog sticks vibrate if you fall off or do tricks etc).