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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater  (Sega Dreamcast, 2000)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater was first released as a PlayStation game before being translated for the Dreamcast. As a free skateboarding game, it allows you to skate in a variety of environments and interact with the objects as you try to pull off tricks and combos. You can choose from ten skaters, each rated in attributes like speed, air, balance, and the ability to ollie.<br><br>There are three basic trick types that you can perform: kicks tricks, grab tricks, and grinds. Each trick group is associated with one button on the controller. To pull off a trick, you must press the right button and a direction on the D-pad at the appropriate time. You must hold the button down to maintain a grab trick, and during grinds you must use the D-pad to shift your balance to remain grinding. Every time you perform a trick, your power meter will increase a little; when it's full, the bar turns yellow and you can perform skater-specific special tricks for high point values.<br><br>Each trick has a default point value associated with it, but tricks performed in combination are worth more than the sum of their individual parts. Other ways to increase a kick or grab trick's default value is by spinning in midair while performing the trick. For grind tricks, the longer you maintain the grind, the more you score.<br><br>The game offers a total of three modes. Free skate mode allows you to skate freely on unlocked levels, practicing anything without a time limit. Single session mode lets you skate a timed period on unlocked levels to try to get high scores. In career mode, you must meet certain requirements to get videotapes, which can then be used to unlock levels and boards or to increase skater attributes. Each level in career mode has five tape requirements, two of which involve getting a certain point score. One requires you to interact with objects on the level in some way, such as destroying five signposts or grinding on five tables. One requires you to grab five letters floating in the air to form the word "skate." The last tape requirement is actually to find a videotape hidden somewhere in the level.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (Sega Dreamcast, 2000)


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pros: You can do lots of moves easily.

cons: The graphics aren't great.

Tony Hawk Pro Skater

Tony Hawk Pro Skater is an absolutely great game.You can play as Hawk,Muska,Rowly,Steamer,Thomas,Bur... See Full Review



pros: graphics, sound & kewl moves

cons: mild language


The preface is simple: You take the role of one of six/eight professional skaters (includin... See Full Review



pros: Great Graphics, New and Improved everything.

cons: No new extras or boards or characters.

The Hawk Flies Again!!!!!

Now, Tony Hawk is a very cool game. The tricks are fantastic, you can do so much stuff, on this game... See Full Review



pros: Great gameplay and control.

cons: Graphics need a little work.

Tony Hawk

Tony Hawk, the best skate boarder in the world. Just seems to fit with Tony Hawk pro skater, the bes... See Full Review



pros: Incredibly fun, beautiful graphics, lots of replay value, addictive.

cons: Can be very hard, there is a bit of a learning curve.

I like skateboarding with Tony!

Sigh. I remember eighth grade. Outside of Drew&#39;s townhouse with the skateboard I bought at K-Mart, l... See Full Review



pros: great levels, special moves, secrets

cons: cost like all other dreamcast games

Finally a good skating game

I purchased this game after becoming addicted to it when I rented it from Blockbuster. Although the... See Full Review




cons: NONE~

be Tony, and skate like a HAWK!

I rented this game not long ago, and it totally blew my mind away! I had to go buy it. So I did. Unl... See Full Review



pros: It plays like Tony

cons: I was expecting sooooooooooooo much more

Cheap ass port

Way to go Activision for allowing such a miserable, half-assed DC Tony Hawk. Not that the game does... See Full Review



pros: Very realistic and very entertaining even for spectators

cons: The lack of protective gear on the characters can mislead a younger child.

My Son Imitates This Game (OUCH!!)

My son recieved this game for his birthday and since then has played this thing constantly. This g... See Full Review



pros: excellent visuals, sound, and most importantly gameplay

cons: slight problems with the dreamcast d-pad

The best there was, is, and ever will be(until 2).

I remember not to long ago I was putting this game down. Now I&#39;m hopelessly addicted to it. It was a... See Full Review

Product Details

Tech Details
Game Special Features <li>Play as ten professional skaters, including cover star Tony Hawk<br/><br/><li>Skate in nine distinct locales<br/><br/><li>Features character models comprised of more than 1,500 polygons<br/><br/>
Control Elements Gamepad/Joystick
Number of Players 1-2
Release Year 2000
Game Series Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Series
ESRB Descriptor Mild Language
Key Features
Rating T - Teen
Genre Sports
Platform Sega Dreamcast
Product Identifiers
UPC 650008799149
Game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
MPN 650008799149