Monday 26 December 2022

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (Sony PlayStation review)

Developer: Neversoft, Shaba Games
Publisher: Activision
Released: 2001

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 is an extreme sports game and the follow-up to the 2000 sequel on the Sony PlayStation.

+ The locations are both typical (e.g. L.A.) and inventive (e.g. Airport) which creates a nice mix of disparate environments.

+ Level objectives are enjoyable and include simple fetch quests, alongside more cryptic and trick-based goals.

+ Provides a complimentary experience to those who've played the PS2 version (2001), as it includes exclusive objectives.

+ Collecting stat points by scouring the levels encourages you to explore and upgrade your skater to your preferred style.

+ The addition of the revert allows for much longer combos and opens up the gameplay possibilities in fresh ways.

+ Excellent fusion of music tracks to suit all tastes and seamlessly blends rock, punk and hip hop into a killer soundtrack.

- Winning all three competitions is arguably too easy, as the CPU skater scores aren't difficult to beat.

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