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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (2001)

Play as a professional skater or create your own and skate around different maps. From foundries to airports, all you need to do is complete your goals.
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Himself
Steve Caballero ...
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Kareem Campbell ...
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Rune Glifberg ...
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Eric Koston ...
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Himself
Rodney Mullen ...
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Andrew Reynolds ...
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Geoff Rowley ...
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Elissa Steamer ...
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Jamie Thomas ...
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Chris Cook ...
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Play as a professional skater or create your own and skate around different maps. From foundries to airports, all you need to do is complete your goals.

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Welcome to my world.

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Sport

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28 October 2001 (USA)  »

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The pickpocketer's in the airport level were originally supposed to plant a bomb and the goal was to defuse it. This was changed to them being pickpocket's due to the game releasing around 9/11. See more »

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Follows Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (1999) See more »

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Paparazzi
(uncredited)
Performed by Xzibit
Written by Eric James Banks, Xzibit
Published by Alexra Music (BMI), Hennessy For Everyone Music (GMI), Westside Dynasty as administered by Vent Noir Publishing
(p) 1996
Courtesy of Loud Records
www.Loud.com
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The Best Tony Hawk Video Game
7 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

With excellent levels, great graphics, realistic physics, and more options than ever before, "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3" is the best Hawk game yet.

Fun Factor: 5/5

"Who said games are for kids?"

Read my reviews on the other Tony Hawk Pro Skater prequels and sequel(s) as well.

John Ulmer


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