User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Venice Beach 1
Venice Beach 2
New mode: Create Skater so you can create your own custom skater.
Another new mode: Park Editor so you can create your custom park too.
Player select screen.
That really hurts!
New feature: Create Skater so you can create your custom skater.
Another new feature: Skatepark Editor so you can create your own park
In the school.
Player select screen
Tony Hawk makes a nosegrind over the pipe
Ouch, that really hurts
Loading screen: Here's a list of your goals to do.
Grinding the helicopter.
You can earn cash by completing goals.
You got a new high score.
Tony Hawk's unique trick: The 900!
There's the secret tape, collect it to earn many dollars.
School II level: Wall ride the school bells.
A golf car, what's doing in the school and why do you knock me?
You can spend your cash in stats.
You can also buy tricks with your cash.
Skate shop: You can buy different designs of decks.
Loading screen: Here's the first competition rules.
Is in Marseille, France.
Look, a hidden passage in this level.
Tony is making a lip trick in the trash drum.
My first gold medal.
You can create your own skater in the Create Skater mode, a new feature of this game.
And your own park in Skatepark editor mode, a new feature too.
In NY city: you need to buy more stats to do this grind.
Skating at middle street is too dangerous.
In Venice beach.
Outside of the Skatestreet in Ventura: jumping over the van.
Choosing a character. This one is a fully pimped Hawk.
In the open (like the School) fogging is very visible
Marseille is the first competition (and so, the first real skate park)
Lots of funky gaps to do here
New York. That Quarter-pipe is one of the biggest in the game
Street heaven, too.
Philadelphia has one of the best grinding sections in the whole game
The Bullring. More half-pipe goodness
The Downhill Jam (from THPS) is a race-style level
Skate Park Chicago, also directly from THPS
Flying through windows in a Warehouse was never so much fun
Think all Skate parks are rubbish? Here's the chance to prove you can do better
Create a Skater mode
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