Tony Hawk


GT reviews Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground, which is available now on the PlayStation 3 / 2, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii / DS. Video review after the jump. Click here for one more image. Here’s the bottom line:

Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground is a relatively solid game, but it really doesn’t do anything new and significant. We’ve seen all of the good parts from the game multiple, multiple times now, and it really just feels like we’re playing a large expansion pack

In this GT developer walkthrough of Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground, we “get an in-depth look at character progression, rig creation, and stat increasing.” Videos (4-parts) after the break. First picture in gallery.

..players will have the freedom to define their character, story and style based on the choices they make, the paths they choose and the style of skating they use on the proving grounds from Philadelphia and Baltimore to Washington, D.C

Yes, “kick-flips, finger-flips, manuals, nail the tricks, nail the grabs, etc. the possibilities are endless” in Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground. Video after the jump. First picture in gallery.

…players will have the freedom to skate from single player to online seamlessly, as well as utilize new gameplay mechanics such as skateable terrain altering and building, and Bowl Carving, delivering the most empowered skating experience ever