Excerpt: I got the demo so I havn't played it all, overall it is great intended for kids and is done pretty good, the tricks are easier so they can complete them same with the goals. Mainly if you are a kid or have kids I think they would like it, for older people I would pick up the demo I set and played it...
Excerpt: Do grinding axis sound like a symphony from Beethoven to your ears? Do you get chicken flesh from a perfectly landed trick and do you sleep with griptape on your pillow? Then quickly give me two minutes of your previous time and read why you need to get skate.
Conclusion: However, there’s no camera adjustment—not even one that lets you look both ways before crossing a street—so in addition to hindering your control somewhat, it feels claustrophobic at points.
Conclusion: With almost infinite game replayability and tons of game content to choose from with customizing your board and skater, even tune your board however you want, this game is a great one, absolutely worth buying in my opinion.
Summary: Parents need to know that the game makes an absurd attempt at comedy when, in a video, kids see a skater standing in a hospital holding his severed arm. The controls are complicated and can take patience in getting good at them.
Excerpt: For many years, the market on skateboarding video games has been sewn up by one name; the one synonymous with those visually acute birds of prey. After many iterations of the Tony Hawk franchise (some even feel a few too many), skateboarding gamers began to long for a change.
Excerpt: Few of you will not be familiar with the Tony Hawk series of games. Under the name and supervision of such a skateboarding legend, despite occasional duds, the long run of releases has generally been fantastic.