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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4
22 December 2003
Excerpt: Neversoft has done it again with their latest rendition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 , a title which needs little introduction in the electronic gaming scene. Be ready for brand new tricks and treats (oh wait, Halloween's over...) in this edition, along with updates on that kickin' graphics engine we've grown to expect since the release of the original way back in '99. Do I really need to tell you that the visuals are gorgeous?
Excerpt: Activision and Neversoft have come up with another top 10 seller. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 was released at the end of October and was on most peoplesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Christmas lists. With new and more complicated goals, Tony 4 will surely look to turn some heads.
Excerpt: With extreme sports games making a splash in the console market, Activision has decided to take the biggest step my adding the first online Extreme Sport game entitled â€œTony Hawkâ€™s Pro Skater 4â€?. Tony Hawkâ€™s Pro Skater 3 was the disputed heavyweight champ for best sports game of 2002 for any console. Although Tony Hawkâ€™s 3 featured an online component it was not as nearly deep as Tony Hawkâ€™s 4 online component.
Conclusion: Updated Career mode? Check. New tricks? Check. Online play? Check. Hopelessly addictive gameplay? Check! Yup, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 just about has it all. Newcomers to the series, what few remain, may have trouble adjusting to the difficulty of this version, but longtime fans will appreciate the improvements and changes Neversoft has made.
Excerpt: I know some people have got to be thinking, "How can they keep releasing these games every year? Why do people keep buying the newest one?" Well, Neversoft keeps finding new ways to add to the Tony Hawk games in order to keep them fun. It won't last forever, of course, but at least for this iteration, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 delivers a great experience even for those who have played the previous three games to death.