Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater (USA) (Rev 1)






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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater (USA) (Rev 1)

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, released as Tony Hawk’s Skateboarding in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe, is a skateboarding video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. It was released for the PlayStation on September 29, 1999[1] and was later ported to the Nintendo 64Game Boy ColorDreamcast, and N-Gage.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater takes place in a 3D environment permeated by an ambience of punk rock and ska music. The player takes control of a variety of famous skateboarders and must complete missions by performing skateboarding tricks and collecting objects. The game offers several modes of gameplay, including a career mode in which the player must complete objectives and evolve their character’s attributes, a free-play mode in which the player may skate without any given objective, and a multi-player mode that features a number of competitive games.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater was met with critical acclaim for all versions but the Game Boy Color version, which had a more mixed reception.


Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater puts the player in control of a famous skateboarder and takes place in a third-person view with a fixed camera. The goal of the game is to perform tricks and combinations thereof in an effort to increase the player’s score. Movement can be altered using the d-pad, and olliesgrabsflips and slides are each assigned to individual buttons. Each skateboarder has eight grabs, eight slides and eight flips. The number of points earned from a successful trick sequence is dependent on the amount of time spent in the air, the degree of rotation, and the number and variety of tricks performed; the more a single trick is performed in a sequence, the fewer points it will earn. When the player succeeds in performing tricks, a special gauge increases. When this gauge is full and flashing, the player is capable of performing a special trick that is worth many more points than ordinary tricks.[7][8][9] If the player bails (falls off their skateboard), any points that may have been earned from the current combo are lost, and the special gauge is emptied.[10]

The player, as Tony Hawk, has gathered all the letters of the word “SKATE”. The screenshot is taken from the Dreamcast version.

In the game’s “Career Mode”, the player must complete five objectives (represented by videotapes) in each level within a period of two minutes. The player is not obligated to complete all the objectives within a single run; any completed objective is committed to the game’s memory, which allows other objectives to be completed within multiple playthroughs of a level. Two common objectives in each level are achieved by accumulating two defined scores, which gradually increases in difficulty throughout the game; while one other common objective is to collect letters of the word “SKATE”. Another common objective is to destroy five of a certain object within each level. The fifth objective is somewhat more varied, but is often centered around a specific element found in each level. Completing objectives unlocks additional levels and equipment for use. Three of the mode’s levels take place in a competition setting in which the player performs for judges and accumulates the highest score within three one-minute rounds. The player receives a bronze, silver or gold medal depending on the final score they are given. Other single-player modes include the “Single Session”, in which the player can freely accumulate a high score within two minutes using any previously obtained levels and characters, and the “Free Skate”, in which there is no time limit imposed.[10][11][12][13]

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