When Tony Hawk first starts to hit the scene on the Sega Dreamcast, it changed the way people played and designed skating games. It successfully recreated all the exhilaration of skating and served it up from the vantage point of the couch, where countless players trained their thumbs to perform amazing acrobatic feats. We feared that the excitement of Tony Hawk might be lost in its transition to the N-Gage, but thankfully developers Ideaworks 3D! have ported Tony to the handheld with much success. Now as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater debuts on the Nokia N-Gage, players can take their skilled thumbs back to the streets for a digital skating exhibition! Written by
Anthony Pereyra <email@example.com>
Go Big, Hawk Style!
31 August 1999 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Tony Hawk's Skateboarding
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Did You Know?
Neversoft, the company that developed Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, made a game with actor Bruce Willis name Apocalypse. When production for the skateboarding game begun, the first character to ride a skateboard wasn't Tony Hawk, but actually a computer model of Bruce Willis from Apocalypse. See more
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Followed by Tony Hawk's Proving Ground
Performed by Even Rude
Written by Keith Kaplan, David Wadsworth
, and Christopher King
Published by Even Rude, BMI
Video footage courtesy of Even Rude
"Vilified" available on the Even Rude album "Superabsorbant"
Appears courtesy Even Rude
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