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Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
32 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100

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Feel the surge of big wave surfing as you ride out with 6-time world champ Kelly Slater and 8 legendary pro surfers. Execute your favorite surfer's signature moves and pro riding style as you race across some of the most famous surf spots in the world, complete with awesome breaks, hazards and landmarks.

In this game, Kelly Slater leads a team of pro surfers that includes Lisa Andersen, Tom Carroll, Tom Curren, Nathan Fletcher, Bruce Irons, Rob Machado, and Kalani Robb. The surfers are represented by realistic, high-resolution 3-D models and animations reflecting their personal styles. A proprietary wave engine powers state-of-the-art graphics, physics, and motion, allowing Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer to capture the essence of surfing and its culture.

The exotic real-world beaches of South Africa, Hawaii, Australia, Tahiti, Spain, and North America will immerse players in the virtual surf world. An intuitive control system allows players to execute the most technical pro maneuvers and experience ever-changing wave conditions. The game offers multiple play modes, including career mode, special events, and surf trip. Additionally, a large variety of real surf tricks and events, licensed boards, wetsuits, and clothing lend the game authenticity.

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  • ASIN: B00005NOFU
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 17, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,797 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Aguirre Viveros on February 21, 2003
I am an avid surfer from the south pacific and I'll give my opinion from a surfer point of view. I think this game is pretty cool, but Transworld surf is better, why?
KSPS has awesome graphics, the water looks like real water, the surfers movements are fluid and real, however in this one you cannot choose what wave you want to ride,once a wave rises up you are compeled to take off and ride it. This doesn't happen in TWS, since if you want to skip an incoming wave you've just duck dive an wait for a nice one.
In KSPS it seems that the wave never ends and if you stand on the face of the wave without any kind of trick you won't lose speed and you'll be away of the barrel anyway. In TWS you have to work to gain speed in order to make some tricks.
In KSPS the waves has an excessive perfect shape (I wish the waves could be so perfect in real life)perfect hollow tube, etc, etc, however in TWS the wave has a random behaviour, you can be cutting a great wave and at any moment this closes out in one section or more, like real life.
It is very easy to perform tricks in KSPS which is good for a non surfer gamer, however I like TWS because you need to tune up your skills, if you do something wrong you'll be wiped out like real life.
If you are a real surfer I must say that I recommend both games because both are great, I prefer TWS over KSPS but this is my personal opinion
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 17, 2003
Activision's 02 series may seem to drop Tony Hawk clones if you glance beyond the surface of titles such as Hoffman or even the new wakeboarding game, but Kelly Slater is one that that stands on its own 2 feet. They really spent some time on this one; and it the end, what you have is a realistic surfing game that is actually fun to play.
From a visual standpoint, this game would get a perfect 10. The waves look realistic and smooth, as does the surfing itself. No choppy or sluggish action on this effort. There are quite a few beaches to visit, although none of the goals are really all that difficult.
Sounds are good, so is the music for the most part. Basically what you would expect from Activision.
So, why not a perfect 5 star rating? Well, replay value for one. After you blow through the challenges there isn't much left. Sure, it is still kinda fun to try to bust high scores, but not much to work for to keep someone hanging on. Also, even though there are a ton of beaches to visit, it is a far cry from opening a new "level" on Hawk. Basically each beach is kind of like the one you just visited. You drop in on a big wave and do your thing. End of story.
Oh, on the plus side, there is a lot of cool surf footage to enjoy if you are into it. Each surfer and each beach has some footy, plus there is a 30 minute video which is a behind the scenes type of deal. Good stuff.
I am hearing that this game is being discontinued, so try and pick up a copy while you still can.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris Lockman on September 21, 2002
First of all, everyone who wrote about this game before they even played it is an imbecile. Anyway - This game is really good. The graphics are way smoother than Transworld Surf (TWS). Also, the game seems more fluid tha TWS. I like the fact that even when you go into the tube you can come out of it without falling - just like surfing. The intro videos are actual video footage and Kelly Slater adds commentary to each one about the location. While this game deserves 5 stars, there are a few things i do not like. One of which is that you must complete the required task in order to obtain a new level. Another thing is that i have not been able to get a good handle on how to do a floater everytime. Overall, this game beats out TWS. If you are a serious surfer, i would reccommend getting both, since both are fun, but KSPS is the must-have sports title of 2002!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike_A on December 29, 2004
Cool game, but I lost interest quickly as

there is no season tour so you dont have anywhere

to go after achieving all of the goals - - If this

had a full world tour it would be great - - but

the noly competition with others is a few heats

and that is it...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 31, 2002
I dont think that there is much question that this is the best surfing game out. And why shouldnt it be? The graphics are fantastic, there's plenty of options, the soundtrack is great, and there's a ton of beaches to surf.
You start out on your surf boat, with the option of several different surf modes. The career mode is clearly what most people will be interested in. You just choose your surfer, and you're off to the beaches. The gameplay will keep you busy for a while, and learning all of the moves will prove addictive. Luckily, it doesnt take as long as I had thought to master it. You travel from wave to wave after completing a specified set of goals for each particular beach (eg score 100,000 points, run over windsurfers). Even though each beach is for the most part the same, it's nice to see some variety in the setting.
I loved the cutscenes for each beach, Kelly Slater narrates a short video on each one. There is also an awesome, much longer surf video to watch from the main screen.
The main problem with this game is that the replayability is low. I conquered all of the beaches in career mode in about 5 days...after that, there isn't much left to do. I ended up returning it after I concluded that I probably wouldn't be playing it much from that point on. Overall, this game is great, but the limitations of a surfing game only warrant it as a rental.
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