Back in the ’90s when extreme sports was in its golden age, where names like Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen, and Daewon Song were at its peak, skateboarding was the most electrifying extreme sport to watch on TV and that took skateboarding to the mainstream, and eventually, found its way into video games.
With the upcoming release of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 Remastered, fans have waited a long time for its reboot as other games have done their own as well, with Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3. With its much-anticipated release this September 2020, fans are now excited to play their beloved skateboarding game from the late 90s with today's graphics technology.
Fans could only dream of becoming like their idols, but what about fans who don't skate but still love skateboarding in general? That's where the beauty of gaming takes its place, you get to role-play and experience things the way pros do it, and what makes this game great is its replayability. It just keeps you coming back for more and it's almost never the "same game" when you play it.