Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2


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[edit] Background

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 is the sequel to the widely successful Tony Hawk's Pro Skater/Tony Hawk's Skateboarding. It had a few improvements to the game: The game featured new tricks. The player can now noseslide and tailslide, triggered by pressing right or left on the d-pad. Manuals and nose manuals were introduced, allowing the player to combo in and out of tricks. The bluntslide, nosebluntslide, feeble and overcrook grinds were also introduced.  The game was the first in the series to inclide the Create-a-Skater function, in which the player can model his/her own skater from different elements, such as face shape, clothing and name. The Create-a-Park mode was included, allowing players to construct their own dream skatepark from a number of obstacles and tools. There was also an updated menu system.

[edit] History

This is the second Tony Hawk game to be released, the second in the "Pro Skater" series, and is often abbreviated to THPS2. It was released and ported to many different platforms, much more than that of the first game. Originally released to the Playstation, it made it's way onto the Nintendo 64, the Sega Dreamcast, Windows, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, Windows Mobile, Mac OS, and later found it's way onto the Xbox, marketed only in North America as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2X.


Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
THPS2 PSXfrontboxart.jpg North American PSX boxart
DeveloperNeversoft
PublisherActivision
Release DatesNA: Sept. 19, 2000
PerspectiveThird Person

[edit] Features

  • Play as one of the many different Pro Skaters in the game, such as - Tony Hawk, Chad Muska, Kareem Campbell, Andrew Reynolds and Jamie Thomas
  • Create your own skater from scratch with Create-a-Skater mode
  • Design your ideal course with the 3-D Skate Park Editor
  • Choose from hundreds of new tricks
  • More realistic collisions
  • There are several skate parks to choose from, including Marseilles, Manhattan and Skate Street Ventura
  • Free Skate Mode and Multiplayer modes - [such as tag, trick-attack, HORSE and graffiti]


[edit] Soundtrack

[edit] Track 1

Papa Roach - Blood Brothers From the album Infest, 2000


[edit] Track 2

Anthrax/Public Enemy - Bring the Noise From the album Attack of the Killer B's, 1991


[edit] Track 3

Rage Against the Machine - Guerilla Radio From the album Battle of Los Angeles, 1999


[edit] Track 4

Naughty By Nature - Pin The Tail on The Donkey From the album Naughty by Nature, 1991


[edit] Track 5

Bad Religion - You From the album Out of Control, 1989


[edit] Track 6

Powerman5000 - When Worlds Collide From the album Tonight the Stars Revolt!, 1999


[edit] Track 7

Millencolin - No Cigar From the album Pennybridge Pioneers, 1999


[edit] Track 8

The High and Mighty - B-Boy Document From the album Home Field Advantage.


[edit] Track 9

Dub Pistols - Cyclone From the album Point Blank, 1998


[edit] Track 10

Lagwagon - May 16 From the album Lets Talk About Feelings


[edit] Track 11

Styles of Beyond - Subculture From the EP Subculture

[edit] Track 12

Consumed - Heavy Metal Winner From the album Breakfast at Pappas


[edit] Track 13

Fu Manchu - Evil Eye From the album The Action is Go


[edit] Track 14

Alley Life featuring Black Planet - Out With The Old From the upcoming album Froggadelic

[edit] Track 15

Swingin' Utters - Five Lessons Learned From the album Five Lessons Learned

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