Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2: demo test

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2: demo test
If any player with a few years on his shoulders is named Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, a smile cannot fail to escape. The series, born at the time of the legendary first PlayStation, had that typical arcade game feeling. A simple but at the same time satisfying fun, that didn't take itself too seriously and that really managed to make one game after another just to be able to close that trick or overcome that score. Crazy challenges and ruinous falls, as well as customizing your skater are all points that have made THPS the successful series it has been and, with this Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2, it will probably be back.

The demo tested unfortunately does not offer many points of discussion but it is definitely interesting from various points of view. Initially the portion of the Vicarious Visions game (within which there are former elements of Neversoft, developers of the 2 original games) asks us to set, as is now customary in almost all today's titles, the brightness with 3 icons to be displayed not at all, little or totally. However, this immediately made us raise our antennas. In fact, we find this care for brightness in the titles that most care about the technical-visual aspect, which is not exactly successful with the latest titles of the franchise and that here really seems to have a first-rate role.

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