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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (2001)

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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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Himself
Steve Caballero ...
Himself
Kareem Campbell ...
Himself
Rune Glifberg ...
Himself
Eric Koston ...
Himself
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Himself
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Himself
Rodney Mullen ...
Himself
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Himself
Andrew Reynolds ...
Himself
Geoff Rowley ...
Himself
Elissa Steamer ...
Herself
Jamie Thomas ...
Himself
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Suburbia Grill Guy / L.A. Drunk Guy / L.A. Arguing Man (voice)
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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28 October 2001 (USA)  »

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The game features Wolverine as one of the unlockable secret skaters. Activision, who made this game, also hold the rights to create games based on the Marvel Comics characters. See more »

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Followed by Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 (2015) See more »

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I'm A Swing It
(uncredited)
Performed by House of Pain
Written by Erik Schrody, Leor Dimant
Published by T-Boy Music Irish Intellect (ASCAP) and Immortal Music/Lethal Dose Music (BMI), Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. o/b/o itself and Happ-Dog Music/Lethal Dose Music
(p) 1994 Tommy Boy Music
Courtesy of Tommy Boy Music
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Arguably the best in the series
16 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

THPS3 is the best of the series! If you have a Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, PS2, Gamecube, Xbox, or N64 I strongly recommend this game to you. Do not buy the Game Boy Color version because it's crappy like the rest of th series on GBC. But on all other systems it rules! You can play as any of 10+ diff't skaters and rock the parks with your guy! Or girl in the case of Elissa Steamer, the best one besides Tony himself. The foundry is a good place to start and practice your skills because it has wide ramps, easy halfpipes, and lots and lots of rails. As for the soundtrack, THPS3 boasts a 12-song set of hip-hop, heavy metal, and pop. I especially like Track one,which carries on with Hey, Ho, let's go! A great buy for anyone who loves skateboarding.


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