Summary: This game is really fun. The sounds are great, and the Career Mode and Hall of Meat are awesome! The reason I gave the Gameplay a 9 is because it takes a while to load, and the reason I gave the graphics an 8 is because the people look real but not like Call of Duty or Battlefield 4 (I have not played either of those but I have seen them played). I mean Real People graphics ya know, these are kinda cheesy.
Summary: So. After reading all the reviews and actually playing the game for two weeks, this is what I think: Yes, I've played EA skate on the 360 or P3, and those have better graphics and more precise controls (barely), but I don't have a 360 or P3; I have a Wii. My wife likes playing the Wii. Being a 30 year old with a some minor knee injury that makes it annoyingly painful to try anything on my skateboard in real life, I really appreciate this game.
Good but more realistic with a real skateboard deck
El Oscuro, Amazon
28 December 2011
Summary: I have owned skateboards for over 30 years. I got this game because it supported the balance board. While the motion was about as accurate as you can get on a balance board, there was still something missing. I found that some simple things like steering, it didn't really react the same as a real board. Recently, I was building a new board and had just installed deck rails and grip tape on my new deck.
Summary: I got this for our 6 1/2 yr old son for Christmas. We also got him the Wii Fit Plus so that he could use the balance board with it. I just asked him and he really loves this skateboarding game and said it's "totally awesome".
Summary: This game is absolutely amazing, I bought it yesterday and have not been able to stop playing it since. I like the option of either using the remote or the balance board-- I tried using the balance board and the tricks are very hard to perform. But with the remote, it makes this absolutely thee best skateboarding video game I have EVER played. Tony Hawk doesn't stand a chance.