Test de Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 (Switch)
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 was a cultural phenomenon. I would give him a major credit for the current immensity of skateboard cultivation and the popularization of extreme sports in general. If you are a fan of the original games, then you definitely want this collection. It’s an improvement and a celebration of everything you know and love about these games. If you have never played any of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games before, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is the best place to start.
All levels, songs, tricks and skaters that can be hoped for are represented. All the contents of the first two Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games are merged into a coherent. Points earned through Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater levels can be used to improve Tony Hawk’s Pro skater 2 skaters, and vice versa.
There is so much content in this game, including: multiplayer, create a skater, create a park, experience system, point challenges, score tables, etc. One could easily get lost in the many modes proposed. My only problem with the game is that I’m always exhausted to have played too much at Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 on Nintendo 64, and I found that things were repeated quickly. Any new person in the franchise, or anyone who has not been exhausted at the time, will, however, feast.
Almost all the original band is represented in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. Every track I remember is here (including the most important: Goldfinger Superman). There is even a newly created soundtrack, which is honestly quite low, but the game has enough customization options so you only heard the tracks you want.
Although orders are closer to new Tony Hawk Pro Skater games, it is always possible to switch between orders and those of the two original games. Everything is so customizable than the only piece of the Puzzle Pro Skater that I was missing was the secret character of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2. My only big complaint is that I would have liked they gave options for creating Skater more robust. Of course, players will be able to manufacture the board of their dreams, but the skaters themselves are very limited. For a big ding dong like me, it was a little disappointing not to be able to make a skateboard that looks like me. The best I had was an anorexic sosy of Seth Rollins.
The Switch version has no graphics as PS5 or Xbox Series versions, but they always go well. I doubt that most people play Tony Hawk’s Pro skater 1 + 2 for breathtaking textures and realistic character models anyway. What is much more important is that the framerate is solid and the game is smooth. It works as well in mobile mode, so if you want a version on the thumb of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, you will be happy to know that the Switch version is as great we could hope..
Whether you are a fan of originals or a curious who seeks to embark on skate games, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is a must-see game. All original content, a frequency of fluid images, portability, many customizations in the game and a pinch of new content are the recipe for the success of the skateboard. Only the lack of options to create a skater and the lack of spider-man disrupts this firing back. That’s how the worlds collide.