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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 (2002)

Get massive air than ever before, and take your game online in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bike Messenger / Fisherman / Comp Judge / Painter Bob / Ranger Ron / Kona Worker / Kona Employee / Foreman / Zoo Worker / Teenager (voice)
Mat Hoffman ...
Himself (voice)
Daisy (voice)
Atiba Jefferson ...
Himself (voice)
(voice) (as Daniel Joseph)
Sean Le Sure ...
(voice) (as Sean Lesure)
San Francisco Tourist / Distressed Wife / Mrs. Ramos (voice)
Himself (voice)
Ollie the Magic Bum / Old Security Guard / Professor / Zookeeper / Train Mechanic / Skater Kid / Frat Boy / Quarterback / Cockney Guy / British Guy / Animal Lover / Pimp / Carny / Hawker / Billy Bob / College Citizen / College Trash Can Victim / Seal Trapped Husband / Kona Local / London Local Skaters / Elephant Lover / Grommet / Carnie / Various (voice)
Delivery Guy / Dockworker / B-Ball Fan (voice)
Himself (voice)
Steve Caballero ...
Himself (voice)
Kareem Campbell ...
Himself (voice)
Rune Glifberg ...
Himself (voice)
Himself (voice)


Get massive air than ever before, and take your game online in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4.

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Action | Sport


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Release Date:

22 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1 : 1.17
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Did You Know?


In the "Kona" level, Tony Hawk mentions a "Magic Bum from Venice", and you have to ollie (jump over) the bum five times. Each time you do, he'll find another spot, where you'll have to ollie him again. This references the California level in Pro Skater 2 where you have to do the same thing. Also, it is revealed here that the bum's name is, indeed, "Ollie". See more »


Ollie the Magic Bum: [to skater] AAAAAHHH! They're everywhere! Pink elephants are everywhere! You gotta help me, Senator...
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Crazy Credits

Characters created to look like the developers are shown performing the character select animations. See more »


Follows Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (2001) See more »


Dig That Groove Baby
Performed by Toy Dolls
Written by Michael Algar
Published by Maxwood Music
(p) 1983 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
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It Is Definitely Different Than the Predecessors, and Takes Time to Get Used To...
7 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

"Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4" scared me at first. The gameplay was completely different, and at first I didn't like that. But after a while, I realized the game is much more challenging than its predecessors, and has excellently detailed, fully immersible, larger levels, as well as many more options and improved graphics and physics.

I'm not sure if it is, overall, my favorite Pro Skater game. I don't think I've had quite as much fun, per say, as I did playing the other three.

I personally think they should end the franchise now. They are ahead, and should stay that way while they can.

The real-life Hawk's popularity is practically over. He isn't what kids are talking about anymore. Just like yo-yos and Pokemon, every franchise has to eventually end, and I think Hawk should retire professionally and end his video game ring. He should stop while he's ahead.

Other than that, die hard fans of the original Tony Hawk video games might be disappointed in this new game. I myself enjoy some of the aspects, but find myself also missing other aspects of the game.

Close to the best, but not quite there.

4.5/5 stars --

John Ulmer

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