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Gameplay is similar to the Tony Hawk's series in which players skate around each level performing various tricks, using either characters from Toy Story, Tarzan and The Lion King, or with a... See full summary »
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Dee Bradley Baker ... Hyena (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Zazu (voice)
Gregg Berger ... Kerchack (voice)
Susanne Blakeslee ... Kala (voice) (as Suzanne Blakeslee)
Brian Blessed ... Clayton (voice)
Earl Boen ... Rex (voice)
Andrea Bowen ... (voice)
Corey Burton ... (voice)
Harrison Chad Harrison Chad ... (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Tantor / Ed (voice)
Aree Davis ... (voice)
Jessica DiCicco ... (voice) (as Jessica DiCiccio)
Greg Ellis ... (voice)
Harrison Fahn Harrison Fahn ... (voice)
Shaun Fleming Shaun Fleming ... Young Tarzan (voice)
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Gameplay is similar to the Tony Hawk's series in which players skate around each level performing various tricks, using either characters from Toy Story, Tarzan and The Lion King, or with a created human skater. There are three main modes: Adventure, Free Play and Versus. In Adventure mode, the skaters indigenous to their own world compete in skate challenges. They are restricted to their worlds. The human skater can move in and out of any world. In free play, the skater can skate in any world they are indigenous to but not compete in the challenges. The human skater can continue to skate in any world. Two players can play any skater in any world and compete in a series of skate games. Written by Blake

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2 September 2003 (USA) See more »

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Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure See more »

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Fairly easy and fun for all ages!
2 July 2006 | by Nightwolf666See all my reviews

I bought this game for my 4 year old son, but when I saw how much stuff is locked at first, I realized I'd have to finish the Adventure Mode in order to unlock everything for him. I am now enjoying this game more than the one I bought for myself (Doom 3)! The Disney themed worlds are fun to explore and the tricks are fairly easy to pull off. The various tasks can be sightly challenging at times, but that adds to the fun. My biggest complaint is that they used two movies with similar settings (Lion King and Tarzan), but the Toy Story worlds are really neat! I was also disappointed that most of the voices are not the original actors from the movies, but that's a minor complaint.

If you're a Disney fan with a casual interest in Skateboarding, check out this game!


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