The music, a generic, 2001-esque rock tune, cuts in and out on the loading screen, then restarts entirely when the level starts to load. Objects pop into view haphazardly, and most textures only start to think about showing up for work. Your character is last to appear, an undetailed blob that vaguely resembles Tony Hawk; you feel a vague unease to go along with his blurred features. The objective: using your skateboarding skills, knock 25 giant balls out of a pool. There are actually 26 balls, but whatever. You struggle with the controls, flailing and flopping on maneuvers you swore you landed, all while the timer counts down with a corporate logo hanging heavy above it. You've nearly gotten all of the balls out when you jump. Tony goes ragdoll for no reason and launches twenty feet into the air in grotesque slow-motion until he tumbles down, into the ground, and jams there like a twitchy tombstone. The textures of his clothes and face finally load; his face is an expressionless, joyless mass with eyes more dead than Gravelord Nito.
Mr. 900's return to console gaming isn't as smooth as we were hoping, given the glitches plaguing Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5's launch.
Despite all the controversy Jimmy Kimmel got for making fun of gamers, another late night TV host has teamed up with Lil Weezy to play Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5.
Birdman himself and all of your favorite professional boarders are back in this gameplay trailer of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5.
Be ready to ollie, grind and kickflip your way through 20 person online multiplayer games with this new trailer for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5.
The return of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater looks to revitalize the skateboard game genre with new tricks, new looks, and a robust online mode...but that last one only applies to those who are in the current gen console club. Sorry, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
For the first time in 13 years, we'll finally have a new, official entry of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series.