In the remaster of the first two games in the famous skating series that Neversoft first produced, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, a new mod still in development, is planned to enhance the game with material stolen from another iconic entry in the series.
Some of the levels from the third game in the series will be included in the remaster thanks to a modification for THPSPro presently being developed by bAstimc. Even though they lack the adjustments and enhancements to the maps of the first two entries in the series featured in the vanilla games, having them in the remaster is a good thing. This is especially true considering that a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 remaster will probably never be made because developer Vicarious Vision was merged into Blizzard.
Check out the Foundry map in action in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, as well as some tight gameplay in the video that was uploaded to YouTube by prevzzy. If the preview video was just shown wasn’t enough, you can see it here. You may get the most recent version of the mod by visiting this location.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is currently offered for purchase on personal computers, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Series X, Xbox One Series S, and Nintendo Switch around the globe. Checking out Kai’s evaluation is a great way to acquire further knowledge concerning the game.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is the first remake I’ve played in a while that has completely nailed the feel of the original releases while turning the finished project into something brand new. I’ve played quite a few remakes over the years, but Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is the first one that has done both.
The work that Bluepoint did on Shadow of the Colossus and other landmarks in the history of video game achievement is probably the one that comes the closest to what I’m looking for. However, the critical difference is that Bluepoint makes every effort to ensure that its new releases are accurate to the original content.
Not at all; instead, what Activision and Vicarious Visions have achieved is the discovery of a good reason to revive the popularity of skateboarding among a whole new generation of aspiring athletes. One may compare Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 to the X Games when it comes to skateboarding video games.
There is nothing else available that even comes close, with the possible exception of a remake of one of the other titles in Tony Hawk’s bag of tricks that Vicarious Visions may lead.