Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Proving Ground
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Sarah Langner, Amazon
6 days ago
Summary: The good,the bad,the ugly.the good is the skating.lots of new tricks you also get to rig up spots.the bad was its to short.the ugly is the animation was horrible.and you can't go explore.do not get this game.
Summary: This game has stunning graphics but the control function on the nunchuck and controller are terrible for the Wii..simply awful..if it werent for the graphics.this game would be rated 0 out of 5. Trust me folks,this game could cost 1.00 and it would still be to much for the Wii.. Get this on PS 3 but Not Wii. Control funcion is simply non existant. I bought this game for 7.00 6 months ago,played it for like 5 minutes,havent touched it since. Save your money.
Summary: I bought this game a few months after it came out and i would just like to say that if you have the choice of choosing this version or a version for a different console, don't buy this one! It is completely cut down from the xbox 360 version (which is pretty amazing in my opinion). its like the day before it was released the developers just said "lets make a wii version!" here is a list of the differences: 1.
Summary: It sucks for the wii because the controls of the game are the worst controls for the wii, EVER! First, the game says you there are 3 types of skaters but you have to be all of them and the missions for all of them are not smart and sometimes, even though you finished the mission, the game says you failed it and you have to restart.
The only thing Tony Hawk proves here is this game should have never been published on the Wii
hekifier , GameStop
22 May 2010
Summary: The good: some decent local multiplayer modes; graphics are alright The bad: controls feel clanky and uneven; story mode is very frustrating; some but not all content can be unlocked through cheat codes, which means you have to play the terrible story mode; Nail-A-Trick mode involves unresponsive Wii waggle and sometimes even shutting down your console; doesn't attempt to equalize the online mode and open-world design that is unique in the other console versions Tony...
Summary: First of all I have been playing skateboarding games lately and I really thought this looked good. I was definitely wrong. First of all the controls were very poorly made. The challenges were ok but certainly not great. The graphics were alright. This game wasnt very realistic though. I have played tony hawk games since the first one for N64. This one wasn't the greatest. I did find a really great game though, Skate It, I made a review for it too.
Summary: This was the first Tony hawk game for the Wii i have got so I'm not best person to refer to, but i loved this game. It was really fun how you got to choose your style though by the end of the game if you want all the places unlocked you have to do all of the styles. It had pretty good graphics and sound though I'm not the best person to refer to again. I thought it was cool how you to place a ramp or quarter pipe anywhere you wanted to.
Summary: This game is an excellent game for those who love the skateboarding genre of gaming, however, the controls are poorly done. When wanting a specific trick or whatever, you often get what you don't want; especially when it's a trick or grab trick requiring to put the thumb stick in a diagonal position. Challenges get exceedingly difficult once you start making progress, although this is still a pretty excellent game.