Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4
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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: The big question in everyone’s mind is whether or not THPS4 is worth buying, especially so soon after THPS3 was released. In my opinion, THPS4 is full of major improvements that really warrant a purchase if your last THPS was number two. I don’t feel it is SO different that you would feel compelled to purchase it if you just got three. If you are a THPS addict, pick this one up.
Excerpt: With Uprising , Black Ops II continues its world tour of remote, exotic and interesting locales. First, imagine yourself in a modern Japanese village in the aftermath of a frickin' Godzilla attack. Okay, it's actually just recently been hit by a volcanic eruption, but it's not much of a stretch. While in Magma , try to take in the sights at (what's left of) the fish market, if you like, but the commuter train isn't going to take you anywhere...
Excerpt: All great things need competition to thrive. Without it, people grow complacent and bored and don’t even attempt to push the envelope. We’ve seen it hit every major sports franchise in the last 3 or 4 years. Sega starts pushing Madden and both games improve. Inside Drive joins the Live and Sega battle and they all make a better product.
Conclusion: THPS4’s Career Mode goal system has been changed too. Each one of the nine levels still has goals that must be completed to gain stat points and cash for upgraded equipment and clothing, but now there is no rush to complete the goals in a restrictive time frame. The levels are free roam and you only take on a level goal when you are ready to – even better, they don’t have to be done in any particular order. But some of the goals are ridiculously hard.