Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD takes the best elements of the classic THPS games and gives them a fresh update to create an all new skateboarding experience for PC.
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Veröffentlichung: 18. Sep. 2012

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD takes the best elements of the classic THPS games and gives them a fresh update to create an all new skateboarding experience for PC. The gameplay in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD focuses on the satisfaction of linking sick tricks for maximum points. Combining sharp visuals with the best controls ever in a Tony Hawk game, the feel is cutting edge yet timeless.

Key Features

  • THPS and THPS2 gameplay comes to PC!
  • HD Upgrade: Game was rebuilt and polished by Robomodo using Neversoft’s original level models.
  • Classic levels: The style and feel of the best 7 levels from THPS and THPS2 (Warehouse, School 2, Mall, Hangar, Venice, Marseille and Phoenix Downhill Jam) refreshed for today. The levels are exactly the same specs as the originals - every gap, SKATE Letter, etc is exactly where you remember it but looks a hell of a lot better!
  • The Top Pros: Today’s biggest skate pros round out the cast including: Nyjah Huston, Chris Cole, Eric Koston, Andrew Reynolds, Rodney Mullen, Lyn-z Adams Hawkins Pastrana, Riley Hawk and, of course, Tony Hawk himself. Each has 8 boards, 3 special moves, and an alternate outfit.
  • Refined controls: The skaters’ animations, tricks and combos reflect the evolution of the THPS games. Animations are improved, the tricks have been redone (and some new special tricks added), even “skater celebrations” have been added for big combos.
  • Manuals and Reverts: You can do manuals as part of trick combos in THPS HD. Given the fact that this game combines the best gameplay from THPS1 and THPS2, Reverts will not work as part of trick combos in the initial launch of THPS HD as that mechanic was not introduced until THPS3. However, reverts will work in the post-release DLC for the THPS3 levels, as those levels were originally designed to accommodate this.
  • Endlessly fun objectives: Players pursue the same global and level-specific goals as the original games, including S-K-A-T-E, Secret DVD (used to be VHS tape!), and many more.
  • In-Game Soundtrack: It is about half classic THPS tracks and half new ones. Includes Goldfinger’s “Superman” and the Anthrax/Public Enemy collaboration “Bring the Noise”.
  • Downloadable content: Coming post-release, The “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 HD Revert Pack” DLC includes levels from THPS3 including Airport, Canada, and LA. New pros included are legends Steve Caballero and Geoff Rowley.
  • In Game Map View: Pause and see the location of objectives and gaps.
  • Quick Restart: Back button allows you to quickly restart their session. Perfect for the obsessive gamer who is looking to achieve the perfect combo.

Systemanforderungen

    Mindestanforderung (orEmpfohlen)
    • Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows(R) XP, Windows Vista(R) oder Windows(R) 7
    • Prozessor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2,40 GHz (2 CPUs) -oder- AMD(R) Athlon(TM) II X2 250
    • Speicher: 2 GB (Vista/Win 7)
    • Festplatte: 1,8 GB of freier Festplattenspeicher
    • Grafikkarte: 256 MB NVIDIA(R) GeForce(TM) 8600 GTS -oder- 256 MB ATI(R) Radeon(TM) HD 3650 -oder- äquivalent Grafikkarte
    • DirectX®: DirectX(R) version: 9.0c (inklusive)
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c-kompatibel, 16-bit Soundkarte
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7 von 8 Personen (88 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
23.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Januar
Wer erwartet, dass dieses Spiel so ist wie die klassischen "Tony Hawk's" Teile, wird definitiv enttäuscht werden. Die Physik des Spiels wurde sehr hackelig und digital programmiert, was zu einem unspaßigem, verbuggtem und teilweise schwerem Gameplay führt. Da hilft selbst der Nostalgie-Faktor nicht mehr weiter. Ebenfalls ist die Grafik für ein HD-Remake eher unschön geworden. Anfangs ist es noch recht spaßig, wenn man die alten Charaktere auf den ebenfalls alten Maps spielt, aber das wird nach ein paar Stunden schnell langweilig.
Wer also ein kleines bisschen in Nostalgie schwärmen will und ihm die paar Euros nicht zu Schade sind, kann sich das Spiel ruhig kaufen, aber wer ein gutes, flüssiges und vorallem spaßiges Gameplay will, sollte lieber bei den alten Teilen, wie z.B. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 bleiben. ;)
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3 von 5 Personen (60 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Januar
Wie viele andere habe ich damals Tony Hawk auf der PlayStation 1 wie verrückt gespielt. Um so größer war die Freude als bekannt war das eine "HD" Version kommt. Nur Neutral betrachtet ist der Port eher mittelmässig. Die Grafik ist weit entfernt von HD. Die Steuerrung ( Mit Gampad) ist etwas träge. Ebenso wurden Soundtracks entfernt und der gröste Kritik punkt: Die PC Fasusng hat KEIN MULTIPLAYER aber die Konsolen Fassung schon. W.T.F? Der Entwickler begründet es mit der Aussage das die PC Version dafür billiger sei. (Lol die paar €) Fakt ist ohne MP wurde den SPiel ein wichtiger Spielmodi genommen. Dennoch...im SP macht es trotz kritik Spaß und für kleines Geld bekommt man immer noch ein Spaßiges Spiel.

Daher:
Wenn das Spiel mal im Angebot ist (Sale) kann man trotz kritik und fehlender MP zugreifen. Ausser man will Online Spielen dann Finger weg,
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286 von 346 Personen (83 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
29 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Januar
In regards to the negative reviews:
If this is not the way that you remember the original three Tony Hawk Pro Skater games, with bad physics and all, then please tell me what games you were playing and remembering. If this HD remaster has "ruined" your childhood memories so much, please point me in the direction of what Tony Hawk games you were playing as children.

I was quite wary of this HD remake, considering the negative reviews on Steam. Users claiming that this game is nothing but a failure with bad physics and sloppy game design. This game is exactly how I remember the original THPS franchise (with better graphics and some slight variations obviously), and I put a LOT of hours into those games in my teen years.

The controls are still weird and slightly hard to master, it's still difficult to tell if you're going to land something when you transition from a quarter pipe to the ground, and the newly implemented manuals (they weren't in the original THPS) still some times drop your combo instead of maintaining it.

Yes, THPS was a crappy game in the early 2000's and it's still a crappy game now, even with HD textures, new skaters, different advertisements and all. It hasn't aged well by any means. When it was first released, it was the first of its kind, so we thought it was amazing, but since then a plethora of skating games have come out.

But you know what? THPS is one of the best crappiest games I've ever played, and I have extremely fond memories of it when I was growing up. This HD remake simply updates the graphics, and it seems like people are mad that it's not a complete revamp of the game to bring it into the current control standards. For those of us who ACTUALLY remember the game, instead of just claiming that we do, this is an accurate and fun as hell re-release.

Rating: 4.0/5.0 - Excellent, highly worth playing.
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30 von 36 Personen (83 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. März
If you miss the old school THPS this will be a nice nostalgic romp.
It contains multiple levels and characters from the first few games with those same controls and functions perfectly with my controller.
I know people have their complaints, but really all I can whine about is:
Why the hell isn't this on Steam Workshop? Seriously, I miss the old level editor on THPS2.
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42 von 65 Personen (65 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
7.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2015
Being a fan of the classic TH games I had to check this one out. THPSHD uses maps from TH1 and 2 (not counting the DLC in this review) as well as the placement of objectives in this undignified remaster. After hearing me say undignified, you may think that I resent this game and think that it should burn in hell for all eternity. IMO, I do not, but it seriously lacks the dignity and respect that Neversoft originally had for the series back in its hayday.

First things first, I bought this game when it was on steam sale for $5, so pricing is not an issue on that end, especially when Robomodo (the developers that took over the TH franchise since TH Ride) sold TH5 for $60, a unhinged pile of ♥♥♥♥. At first i was going to let this one pass as a silly game that would eventually be fixed in the long run, until they pulled the same ♥♥♥♥ on the full retail priced game. But enough of the price on this, lets dive in to the actual game.

the good: For the most part it is a classic TH game with all obectives pretty much in the same place and alot of classic 90s tunes like Superman make a return. Another thing to note is the return of the upgrade with cash system that was used in TH2, which is a nice return to form, also there is an upgraded roster, but lets be honest, if certain skaters are missing, im less likely to care. The last thing i say that is good are the returning levels, like The Warehouse(TH1), The School(TH2), and The Hanger(TH2). I wish there was more good i could say about it, but that would pretty much be lying at this point.

The Bad: For such a game that could of taken the best ideas from the classic games, Robomodo (and Activision) decided to go the cheap route and make this game as short and barren as they possibly could to maximize profit. This makes me sad because the classics had much replayablility without feeling as repetitive. First thing I am going to hit, is how barren the game is, which is only seven levels long... Seriously... seven? That's it? No Roswell, NM? or Outer space? No Skate street? Um.. okay. Unfortunately, thats not how shallow this game is. Remember multiplayer back in the ps1 days? Yeah those days are gone. Remember Leaderboards? Yeah, i do too... and its not in here either...How about creating your own skate park? Forget about it! Creating your own skater? ♥♥♥♥ off! Wanna know what we get instead? Big Head Survival, which is meh okay, and Hawkman...totally sucks. But wait, we havent even gotten to the best part! The physics engine! Oh man...suuuuuucks. Wtf do you think you're doing robomoto? Making a satire of Goat Simulator? I'll admit it's really funny at first, but it gets really tiresome after an hour.

One last thing, which i wont let effect my scoring of this game, but there was one level I left off of the list because i was so disappointed by what was done to it. Marsailles, France used to be my favorite level with how it was a tournament like level between you and the npcs (which you never see skate) that lasts a minute each run and you have to use your best tricks to outbeat your opponent. Well what do you get if you win? Well, a cash prize and a gold medal, which lead to future rewards. Turning my favorite level into a bland objective made me run out of steam in the end and i stopped giving a ♥♥♥♥.

Overall, if you want to check this one out, wait until it is on sale for $5, or better yet, if you own a ps3, buy the classics used for $5 or less on amazon or ebay, and know what true classics are instead of living in a pipe dream with this one.
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