User Reviews

There are no reviews for the N-Gage release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.

Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.6
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.7
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.3
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.6
Overall User Score (10 votes) 3.5

Critic Reviews

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89 (Dec 17, 2003)
Wir dürfen als nicht nur Hobby-Skatern eine Kaufempfehlung aussprechen!
IGN (Oct 16, 2003)
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater comes as a much needed addition to the N-Gage's library of games. It is without a doubt the N-Gage's finest game so far, and the most accurate portable recreation of the original PlayStation classic. It's hard to get tired of this game with its numerous multiplayer modes, online features, timeless Free Skate mode, and extensive Career Mode, but some people may be put off in playing the oldest version of Tony Hawk when the series offers more than four newer sequels on home consoles. While Tony Hawk is over four years old, it remains a must-buy for anyone unfamiliar with the series and anyone who is interested in having a version of the classic skating game that fits in their pocket.
86 (Jun 08, 2004)
Nokia falló en hacer estandarte a Lara, por la decepción que supuso, sin duda si se hubiera centrado en este juego, el mejor del catálogo actual, mucha gente no hubiera comenzado a soltar pestes que muchas veces son lejanas a lo que se nos ofrece, porque si bien no dudamos que en lo carismático Tony no es lo ideal, en lo jugable, esta vez, le da mil vueltas en calidad y cantidad. Un imprescindible en nuestra colección, un juego para mostrar y presumir, para disfrutar y gozar, en definitiva, poco que criticar y mucho que alabar.
Meristation (Nov 06, 2003)
Como ha demostrado constantemente en todas y cada una de las entregas que Tony Hawk ha protagonizado, el título estrella de Activision es el rey de los deportes extremos. Largo, variado, divertido, con un hándicap y una progresiva dificultad que atrae a jugadores expertos y novatos, buenos gráficos, mejor sonido y unas posibilidades multijugador que muy pocos juegos pueden vanagloriarse de poseer.
75 (Oct 14, 2003)
Tony Hawk est assurément l'un des meilleurs jeux de la première fournée N-Gage. Ceux qui connaissent déjà le jeu sur un autre support pourront se passer de cette version qui n'apporte rien de neuf. A moins bien sûr qu'ils souhaitent emporter Tony partout avec eux.
Retro Game Reviews (Jul 11, 2016)
When the technical issues don't rear their ugly head, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater features some top-notch extreme sports action. However, while it's impressive that the entire game has been squeezed onto a portable device, the N-Gage isn't quite powerful enough to handle the twitch style gameplay that's required throughout.
70 (UK) (Nov 17, 2003)
Tony Hawk on the N-Gage is probably the best of an early bunch - it's faithful to the original, 3D without the gratuity and consistently rough frame rate of Super Monkey Ball, and it's a lot of fun to play - but it's also a four-year-old game, and one that has surpassed itself several times in the years since. Quite simply, there are things in Tony Hawk's 2, 3 and 4 that we have adopted as extreme sports law, and the original game feels hamstrung as a result. On the bright side, it's still more satisfying than any of the slightly dull GBA interpretations thanks to Ideaworks 3D's sterling work on the engine and mechanics, and it's unquestionably the finest game in the N-Gage launch line-up. Would I suggest you buy an N-Gage to play it? No, buy a PS2 and a bargain bin copy of the original. Or a bargain bin copy of the second, third or fourth. However, despite our concerns, N-Gage owners floundering for something of genuine quality need look no further.
När jag helhjärtat rekommenderar det här spelet i den här versionen till alla med planer på att köpa en N-Gage är det snarare ett väldigt starkt betyg för Tony Hawk's Pro Skater än ett godkänt betyg för Nokias speltelefon.
GameSpot (Oct 17, 2003)
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater is probably the best game to hit the N-Gage thus far, but since there aren't even 10 games available as of this writing, that isn't exactly a difficult feat. It may have some of the magic that made the original Tony Hawk such a fantastic game, but time and the somewhat sloppy components of this port have rendered the final product pretty unimpressive overall.
Activision et le studio qui s’est chargé du portage, Neversoft, nous offrent ici un jeu correct, qui a surpris plus d’un joueur quant aux capacités de la N-Gage lors de sa sortie.
GameSpy (Nov 17, 2003)
By simply keeping the core gameplay and miraculously transferring the old PlayStation engine almost whole to this tiny machine, Activision and IdeaWorks3D have not only worked a magic trick with the N-Gage, but also shown how little work seems to have gone into similar launch titles. The use of Bluetooth and the N-Gage Arena surpasses all the other N-Gage titles in depth, and for those with the patience to retrain their fingers, the single-player experience is functional and looks rad.
That's hardly a reason to keep torturing yourself with a lackluster translation. With their skewed angles, even the Game Boy Advance versions are slightly more accurate and easy to play. Tony Hawk simply wasn't meant for the N-Gage, at least not until the developer's grasped the hardware better.