Reviews and Problems with Tony Hawk's Underground
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AliveOutOfHabit, The Student Center
31 January 2005
Summary: This is one of the best Tony Hawk games made. This game is very well put together. It has a great story mode and reat control. Neversoft has added great new features in this one like the new Online mode, and the Face Modeling.
Summary: I give this game a ten just because I worked my butt off trying to win it. I never been so dedicated to something in my whole entire life. It was the last mission that I couldn't just seem to beat. This game is so great. You go to places like Hawii, New York, California, Florida, and even some Old Skool levels. At the end you get to go to a KISS concert. It's cool. You have to be aware of your surrondings. For example, that building can do alot of help.
Conclusion: The Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series has been really great. From goals, to manuals, to reverts, to spine transfers, the THPS series has made improvements every step of the way. But before this game came out, I always thought of playing as me in a full story mode that was all about me and nobody else. Well my dream came true. this game is by far the best of the series. But once I started playing this game, it was probably best not to buy but to rent.
Conclusion: Aaah, it didnt take long but a new tony hawks game is out. for skating fans this is a dream; for anyone else this is just a cash in of a successful franchise. sure tony has plenty of experience in video games but when experimenting something new things do go wrong. sadly this is the case here.
Summary: If you're a Tony Hawks fan and you haven't played this game then you really need to. I remember when I first seen the advert. I was about 11ish years old. You could get off the skateboard, I was hooked, I simply had to play this game. Everything about this game screams Perfection from a TH games point of view. The soundtrack, story, game play & characters were all spot on. They someone managed to create a brilliant villain in a Skateboarding Game!!!
Get this Xbox version or GameCube version of this game, and NOT the PS2 version
26 October 2013
Summary: This Xbox version of game has one important thing that the PS2 version doesn't: A 60Hz mode. The PS2 version only lets you play in 50Hz and doesn't give you the choice of 60Hz, while in contrast the Xbox and GameCube versions do. Multiplatform games like these make the PS2 an inferior console in the PAL region and made multiplatform games better off to play on Xbox and GameCube rather than on PS2.
Summary: Used to play this game on Xbox and it works perfectly on 360! Game is in really good condition with original booklet inside and all instructions for controls. The item arrived very quickly, would definitely recommend the seller!
Excerpt: Availability: In game shops e.g. Gamestop and online Cost: £10-£20 approx. New, cheaper preowned or online. Age Certificate: 16+ About Released 2003 by Neversoft and Activision Tony Hawks Underground is another great fun skating game packed with hours of single player challenges and multiplayer fun.