NEED TO KNOW
WHAT IS IT?
Remade, modern versions of the first two Tony Hawk games from 1999 and 2000
EXPECT TO PAY £40
DEVELOPER Vicarious Visions
REVIEWED ON Windows 10 64-bit Home, Intel Core i7 10th Gen, 16GB RAM, NVidia GeForce RTX 2070
After the disastrous Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, trepidation is understandable. But this starts so teasingly, with the right font, the right music, and the right menu style. And then the final barrier between hoping and believing is literally smashed down as you careen through that first wall and into the iconic warehouse level. It looks great – and damn, it plays so well.
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