History VideoGame / TonyHawksProSkater

9th Feb '16 12:32:55 PM KingFez
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** ''THPS5'' features [[Video Game/KingsQuest2015 Graham]] and [[Music/LilWayne Lil Wayne]], as well as [[Music/OFWGKTA Tyler, the Creator]] and [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIDW the IDW Ninja Turtles]] as DLC.
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** ''THPS5'' THPS5 features [[Video Game/KingsQuest2015 [[VideoGame/KingsQuest2015 Graham]] and [[Music/LilWayne Lil Wayne]], as well as [[Music/OFWGKTA [[Music/{{OFWGKTA}} Tyler, the Creator]] and [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIDW the IDW Ninja Turtles]] as DLC.
9th Feb '16 12:30:41 PM KingFez
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** ''THPS5'' features [[Video Game/KingsQuest2015 Graham]] and [[Music/LilWayne Lil Wayne]], as well as [[Music/OFWGKTA Tyler, the Creator]] and [[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIDW the IDW Ninja Turtles]] as DLC.
23rd Jan '16 4:10:05 PM nombretomado
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The ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater'' series is a line of skateboarding video games published by {{Activision}}, and one of the first to feature the likenesses of professional skaters such as the Hawkman himself.
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The ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater'' series is a line of skateboarding video games published by {{Activision}}, Creator/{{Activision}}, and one of the first to feature the likenesses of professional skaters such as the Hawkman himself.
9th Jan '16 3:25:41 PM metalmario991
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A detail mentioned in the Brady Games guide to THUG 2 is that it takes place one year after THUG 1. Just thought it would be a neat thing to add.
* ''Tony Hawk's Underground 2'' (2004): Followed the story of [=THUG=], seeing the player character travel around the world competing in a "World Destruction Tour". Was heavily influenced by ''Series/{{Jackass}}'', featuring several of the cast as playable characters (complete with Bam Margera as one of the main characters). Received a PSP version with new levels that later appeared in [=THAW=]. Introduced a few little things to the gameplay, like the Freak Out (if you bail off a combo, you can {{Button Mash|ing}} to destroy your board in frustration - you get a few points and can start a new combo from it), the Natas Spin (which can only be used on small surfaces like hydrants and poles), graffiti tagging (which counts as a trick if you're in the middle of a Run Out combo), [[BulletTime Focus]] (the ability to slow down the world and perform your tricks or maintain your balance with precision accuracy as long as you have Special meter), and throwing objects at people (which change depending on the level). Wallplants were also renamed "Sticker Slaps" and were more readily integrated into the skating lines around the levels.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Underground 2'' (2004): Followed the story of [=THUG=], seeing [=THUG=]. A year after the events of the game, we see the player character travel around the world competing in a "World Destruction Tour". Was heavily influenced by ''Series/{{Jackass}}'', featuring several of the cast as playable characters (complete with Bam Margera as one of the main characters). Received a PSP version with new levels that later appeared in [=THAW=]. Introduced a few little things to the gameplay, like the Freak Out (if you bail off a combo, you can {{Button Mash|ing}} to destroy your board in frustration - you get a few points and can start a new combo from it), the Natas Spin (which can only be used on small surfaces like hydrants and poles), graffiti tagging (which counts as a trick if you're in the middle of a Run Out combo), [[BulletTime Focus]] (the ability to slow down the world and perform your tricks or maintain your balance with precision accuracy as long as you have Special meter), and throwing objects at people (which change depending on the level). Wallplants were also renamed "Sticker Slaps" and were more readily integrated into the skating lines around the levels.
27th Dec '15 6:12:08 PM Antwan
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* EasyModeMockery: In Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, getting a high score while using Kid Mode will get "Poseur" stamped over your skater's picture.
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** Hearing the varied mix of rap, reggae, and rock that one would get from a Tony Hawk game, it's almost odd to know that the first game only had rock songs with one ska song in the mix. * EasyModeMockery: In Tony ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, 2'', getting a high score while using Kid Mode will get "Poseur" stamped over your skater's picture.

* WheelChairAntics: Paulie 'Wheels of Fury' Ryan, an NPC from ''Tony Hawk Underground 2'', endulges in this.
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* WheelChairAntics: Paulie 'Wheels of Fury' Ryan, an NPC from ''Tony Hawk Underground 2'', endulges indulges in this.

* YourHeadASplode: What happens if you fail Big Head Mode in ''HD''. Your head keeps growing and the only way to shrink it is by making combos.
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* YourHeadASplode: What happens if you fail Big Head Mode in ''HD''.''HD'' and ''5''. Your head keeps growing and the only way to shrink it is by making combos.
29th Nov '15 9:44:27 AM morenohijazo
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* MovingBuildings: This [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_isBnk5lwDY trailer]] for ''Tony Hawk: SHRED'' has someone playing the game on the [[{{Waggle}} skateboard peripheral]]... and the whole house starts moving and jumping off of ramps as he plays, ending it with [[spoiler:the house crushing Tony Hawk's car]].
28th Nov '15 10:59:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater'' (1999): Originally launched on the [[{{Playstation}} PSone]] (later for {{Nintendo 64}}, SegaDreamcast, GameBoyColor and even the Nokia UsefulNotes/NGage), this was the first game in the series, featuring very few skateboarders (10, plus two secrets), a handful of basic levels, and reached critical acclaim for its unique use of combos, something previously only seen in beat 'em ups.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater'' (1999): Originally launched on the [[{{Playstation}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} PSone]] (later for {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}, SegaDreamcast, GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor and even the Nokia UsefulNotes/NGage), this was the first game in the series, featuring very few skateboarders (10, plus two secrets), a handful of basic levels, and reached critical acclaim for its unique use of combos, something previously only seen in beat 'em ups.
28th Nov '15 7:59:57 AM morenohijazo
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* WheelChairAntics: Paulie 'Wheels of Fury' Ryan, an NPC from ''Tony Hawk Underground 2'', endulges in this.
10th Nov '15 5:22:25 PM Yeow95
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Slight edit
* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The next logical step of the revival started by ''HD'' and was the first numerical title in the series in 13 years. . So far it is known that features like walking and skitching are no longer in the game to play closer to the earlier titles, while a new feature for grinding (called the "Slam" mechanic) was introduced. The game also boasted a more fleshed-out online mode than other ''Tony Hawk'' games of the past, and featured co-op play (though split-screen multiplayer was scrapped). The game was released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in fall 2015, with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 releases set at an unspecified date of release. Upon debut, ''Pro Skater 5'' was critically panned for bland environments, a new Slam mechanic, and being [[ObviousBeta overall technically sloppy]] to the point of featuring a multitude of {{Game Breaking Bug}}s.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The next logical step of the revival started by ''HD'' and was the first numerical title in the series in 13 years. . So far it is known that features like walking and skitching are no longer in the game to play closer to the earlier titles, while a new feature for grinding (called the "Slam" mechanic) was introduced. The game also boasted a more fleshed-out online mode than other ''Tony Hawk'' games of the past, and featured co-op play (though split-screen multiplayer was scrapped). The game was released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in fall 2015, with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 releases set at an unspecified date of release. Upon debut, ''Pro Skater 5'' was critically panned for bland environments, a the new Slam mechanic, mechanic being poorly implemented, and being [[ObviousBeta overall technically sloppy]] to the point of featuring a multitude of {{Game Breaking Bug}}s.
10th Nov '15 5:21:28 PM Yeow95
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Merged THPS 5 entries
!!!Pro Skater Series
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!!!Pro !!!Original Pro Skater Series

* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The first numerical title in the series in 13 years. Was released on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One in fall 2015, with Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 releases set at an unspecified date of release. Upon debut, it was critically panned for bland environments, a new Slam mechanic, and a multitude of {{Game Breaking Bug}}s.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The first numerical title in the series in 13 years. Was released on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One in fall 2015, with Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 releases set at an unspecified date of release. Upon debut, it was critically panned for bland environments, a new Slam mechanic, and a multitude of {{Game Breaking Bug}}s.

!!!Revival
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!!!Revival!!!Revival Pro Skater Series

* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The next logical step of the revival started by ''HD''. So far it is known that features like walking and skitching are no longer in the game and a new feature for grinding (called "rail stomping") is being introduced. The game will have a deeper online mode than other ''Tony Hawk'' games of the past and feature co-op play. It is confirmed for a 2015 release on UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne, as well as 360 and [=PS3=] at a later time.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5'' (2015): The next logical step of the revival started by ''HD''. ''HD'' and was the first numerical title in the series in 13 years. . So far it is known that features like walking and skitching are no longer in the game and to play closer to the earlier titles, while a new feature for grinding (called "rail stomping") is being the "Slam" mechanic) was introduced. The game will have also boasted a deeper more fleshed-out online mode than other ''Tony Hawk'' games of the past past, and feature featured co-op play. It is confirmed for a 2015 release play (though split-screen multiplayer was scrapped). The game was released on UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 the PlayStation 4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne, as well as Xbox One in fall 2015, with Xbox 360 and [=PS3=] PlayStation 3 releases set at an unspecified date of release. Upon debut, ''Pro Skater 5'' was critically panned for bland environments, a later time. new Slam mechanic, and being [[ObviousBeta overall technically sloppy]] to the point of featuring a multitude of {{Game Breaking Bug}}s.

* ''Tony Hawk's Motion'' (2008): The only Tony Hawk game released in 2008, exclusive to the DS. This game was bundled with the actually more entertaining [[BSide bonus game]] VideoGame/HuePixelPainter, and was extremely bare bones, with no licensed music (a series first), and full motion control, which came in the form of a motion sensitive cartridge you plugged into the GBA slot (which, when you consider that this was released months after the GBA-slot-less DSi, was a bad move). The game was actually half skateboarding, half snowboarding, and while public perception of the series had been on a low for a while, this game takes the notorious title of critically worst game in the series.
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* ''Tony Hawk's Motion'' (2008): The only Tony Hawk game released in 2008, exclusive to the DS. This game was bundled with the actually more entertaining [[BSide bonus game]] VideoGame/HuePixelPainter, and was extremely bare bones, with no licensed music (a series first), and full motion control, which came in the form of a motion sensitive cartridge you plugged into the GBA slot (which, when you consider that this was released months after the GBA-slot-less DSi, was a bad move). The game was actually half skateboarding, half snowboarding, and while public perception of the series had been on a low for a while, this game takes took the notorious title of the critically worst worst-reviewed game in the series.series until THPS5.
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