Excerpt: Skate 2 was all about becoming a big shot skater, working from the ground up to build a name for yourself. It echoed the path of the franchise itself, with EA having to establish the series as a contender in a market ruled by Tony Hawk.
Grow a company with friends in this realistic skating sim.
Common Sense Media
6 September 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that while Skate 3 is rated "Teen" it's a lot tamer than many other similarly rated games, such as those that focus heavily on shooting people. This is a skateboarding sim with an arcade twist that folds in community features and cooperation.
Conclusion: Only a handful of achievements to get, although the achievement for playing in a six man team can be tricky given that there aren't that many people playing (and EA Nation is down a lot). This being EA, there's a rubbish, ungettable achievement. That'll unlock eventually when EA fix their game.
Excerpt: The past few years have totally changed the way we look at skateboard games, once Tony Hawk was the be all and end all but recent releases have been tired affairs. Rather than just do a good skateboard game the Black Box team have created the definitive skater for this current generation with the...
Excerpt: Let’s think about awesome films. What’s the best scene from any James Bond film? That’s right, the one where Daniel Craig drives a digger at the beginning of Casino Royal. Commando? The bit where Arnie drives a digger into a gun store. Die Hard? It’s rubbish: Why?