Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Proving Ground
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Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (PS3)
The Review Busters
29 October 2007
Conclusion: Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground feels like a new game in the series with its new additions. Proving Ground has enough in here to give this game a try, however if you are thinking about playing the Tony Hawk series for the first time you will find yourself getting extremely confused and angry.
Conclusion: All told, Tony Hawk's Proving Ground is a "classically" styled Tony Hawk game that, for better or worse, doesn't really bring anything new to the Tony Hawk experience. Instead, it simply layers more variety, customization, and polish on top of everything that people loved from earlier installments.
Pros: Loads and loads of real world tricks and transitions to see and learn, Can customize your own character and edit his moves to an extent, Story mode offers a wider variety of challenges than Sk8land did, Online mode offers Web site integration and clan support.
Cons: May seem like just more of the same if you're tired of Tony Hawk.
Conclusion: Now that the main games in the series have moved on to a larger and somewhat more realistic style of level design, it's hard to go back and break it down into chunks again for these lesser versions. Some chunks don't have anything interesting to skate on, and it's a pain to move around the city and go back to accomplish different goals, especially when those goals aren't very good to begin with.
Pros: Decent visuals.
Cons: Most of the goals feel too plain, Not enough things to do, Wii controls feel very ramshackle.
Summary: "Série skej�áckých her se slavným Tony Hawkem ve jménì, se s dílem Proving Ground vydává trochu jiným smìrem. Tak zaprvé, pøesunete se tu na druhý konec USA, do tøí mìst východního pobøeží- Filadelfie, Washingtonu a Baltimoru. Navštívíte i známé a ze skateového pohledu zajímavá místa a samotná mìsta budou spojena podzemkou. Po vytvoøení vašeho skej�áka je vše už je na vás a vašem umu.