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- Non-linear career mode lets skaters choose the level and goals they want. Challenge pros head-to-head to beat their best tricks, take off to a competition, or just skate solo to conquer a gap.
- Improved skater physics and animations now allow skating on moving objects like cars, trucks or cranes. Also includes more realistic balancing, balls and board dynamics.
- Go Pro! Play through levels as an amateur, then conquer your pro's special challenge to unlock the more difficult professional world.
- Ultimate Skate Park editor allows user-set objectives like high scores, hidden tapes, and combo completion. Create a dream park by placing lights, inserting gaps and modifying ground types throughout the park.
- multiplayer modes and expanded online play let you skate against friends around the globe.
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The world's best skateboarding game reinvents itself to give users the real-life experience of a hardened amatuer skater. New career mode with Go Pro theme compliments the same elements that have made THPS a phenomenon. Claw your way up through the amateur ranks to prove yourself in the professional world of skateboarding.
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It's a little odd to backtrack like this from games like Underground and American Wasteland, as the gameplay of THPS4 is basically Underground ("nail the tricks I yell out", completing special trick goal equals new special trick slot, etc.) minus the ability to get off your board. I can't even tell you how many times I kept pressing the shoulder buttons and then realized "...Oh. You can't do that yet". PEOPLE give you the goals in this version, many of which are fellow pro skaters, as opposed to the "dots" in the PS1 version. The pro skaters hanging around giving tasks will recognize which pro you're playing as, and call you by name as you approach them ("Yo, Rodney!") which probably amused me more than it should have. The level design is beautiful, the soundtrack is fun and eclectic, and there's a neat little mini-game in each level. I think my favorite aspect is that each skater gets a "pro-specific challenge" once they've racked up enough goal points that's based on their own individual style and abilities in real life (ex. Bob Burnquist skates the loop he made famous, Rodney Mullen performs a bunch of tricks he invented). Now I understand what the hype was/is about. Definitely the best out of the Pro Skater games.
I bought a used copy that looks and plays like new, that got here quickly and in great condition, original case and everything. I would buy from this particular seller again.
The difficulty spikes as soon as you complete the Pro Challenge for your character.
Still though, a classic and shouldn't be passed up unless you're somewhat unskilled in the THPS series.