Summary: This game is very typical Tony Hawk, which in a word is fun. Not the EXTREME type of fun typical with this genre, but the more laid back, remember when I was in high school spending time at my buddy's house partaking in some "activities" and playing this game.
Summary: Are you looking for a tony hawk game that is fun, exciting, has a great story mode, great online? well then this project 8 is not for you. The pros: Graphics are great, game dosnt lag like proven ground. The cons: story mode is horrible, online is just boring, not a game i would consider to buy.
Summary: They need to do some changes with these games. It's all been a button mashing balancing act. Something like Skate broke new boundaries with skating video games. This game proves to be best when at a drinking party.
Summary: this is fun and well worth the price that its going for right now, just as good as the last few games but not the best. one of the cool features is called nail the trick. It goes into slo mo and you can control the way the board spins with the dual sticks.
Conclusion: Having been a fan of the Tony Hawk's series for as long as I can remember, I was very excited when this landed on my door mat. Within a few minutes, it was obvious a lot of thought had gone into improving on the genius of the series, and releasing a true next-gen skate game.
Summary: not much of a review to write, fun game, same as all the other Hawk games, if your in it for the achievements forget it, impossible. the new trick system is cool, but it gets old. online play depends on who your playing with, most kids ruin it for everyone else by playing like an idiot
Summary: I've had several issues with the game not responding or responding 5 seconds later to what I've done. Theres a part in the game where you have to do a tripple kickflip and the game it self told me I did it at the bottem how ever for some ungodly reason it didn't count twords the goals of doing a...