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Vicarious Visions proves that its GameBoy Advance ports of “Tony Hawk 3 & 4” were no flukes. The redesigned mission structure and expanded universe of tricks from the next-generation installments of “Tony Hawk 4” made the cut. Unfortunately there are so many technology-imposed sacrifices in this 32-bit port (increased draw-in, choppy animation, no mini-games, etc.) that any other version of “Tony Hawk 4” should be considered before this one. Portable PSOne owners with a long road trip ahead or despondent third-world gamers will be this title’s most likely consumers.
Sans grande originalité, Tony nous revient les poches vides et sans grosses nouveautés. En tant que suite, le titre ne vaut donc pas grand chose, mais ceux qui ne connaîtraient pas encore la série pourront largement se laisser tenter. Ils découvriront un jeu bien sympa et fun qui fait honneur au skate.