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Transworld Surf

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
4.1 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
Metascore: 76 / 100
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Transworld Surf lets you use the moves that made guys like Taj Burrow, Andy Irons, and Shane Dorian famous. You'll pull off massive airs, blazing tailslides, and hundreds of other mind-numbing tricks. You'll drop into 20 of the world's sweetest breaks and experience incredibly realistic water. Transport yourself to internationally renowned surf locales, including Hossegor, France; Fort Point, San Francisco; and Tavarua, Fiji. Learn how the pros do it by watching real surf videos.

Create your own soundtrack with the 50-plus music tracks. Hitch a ride with the Reef Girls, watch out for hungry sharks, and remember to save your best moves for the Transworld photographers who just may put you on the cover of Transworld Surf in the game. The precise and intuitive gameplay amplifies your trick styles. Easy pick-up-and-play controls and the dynamic surf cam put you right in the action.


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ASIN B00005V9O1
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4.1 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #18,299 in videogames
#399 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game

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By David Rankin on May 4, 2002
I preordered TW Surf before it was out, and its being late slightly disappointed me.
But now it's out on the PS2, and it's totally cool!!!
Surfing:
Riding the tubs, pulling off a snap under the curl, and floaters are awesome.
But as all surfers know "aerial tricks" and "Kick flips" rarely come into surfing, except as a possible finishing move. In this game a majority of the big tricks are focused on aerial maneuvers. Surfers don't let this deter you, this game kicks [rear]! (Can even run into sponges) If anything, I love it for it free ride mode where you can sit and surf without getting wet in 54 degree water. Being fairly busy, not having someone to hang with, and living 45min from the California North Coast I find it a good reminder of why I love surfing, and a reminder that I need to go more. I've been waiting for such a game, and I am pleased. I'd even go as far to say that I think it beats "Tony Hawk 3". The video clipping are also pretty cool.
Multi-player "Kind of the Wave"
I haven't figured this one out to much... Just a whole bunch of surfing sharing on constant wave...
Should have done a surfer tag game, possibly a hit the sponge game.
Multi-player "Shark Tag":
Pro: it's a cool idea that adds extra fun when playing two players.
Con: the Shark can be a bit frustrating as you learning to attack surfers, and you sometimes end up swimming around for a bit. The shark is the same in every location. Being from California to bad there was not an 18ft great white.
I love how realistic it is... The graphics on the PS2 stick look awesome...
The free rides out to the "line up" are a nice touch...
Hope I didn't forget anything...
But, last of all, you are surfing...
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By A Customer on July 27, 2002
I anxiously awaited this game and was not disappointed! Other surf games severely lacked realism. O.K., so most surfers can't pull 720 combos and surf out of them in real life. Yet, I found the basic mechanics very accurate. If you want to accelerate, you have to pump. If you want to pull of a perfect snap turn w/out loosing speed, you have to find some vert. Like T. Hawk's Pro Skater, you can grab, kickflip, and even "grind" a floater. The special tricks are a little easier. Of course, one must still concentrate on staying on the wave. Yes, the learning curve is a little slow, but try real surfing and you will find the same.
The more time you spend on the game, the more fun it gets. Once you have unlocked some new surfboards by winning competitions, you will surf better! The final levels are insane w/ the use of the best board! I even enjoy watching the replays after I have a really sick wave.
Warning- while the "reef girl" is very convenient for bringing you to the wave of choice (there is no need to paddle if you don't feel like it), the screen is hard to watch in this mode. It slows down and looks almost pixelized. Motion also slows down sometimes when there is too much action on-screen. ANNOYING!
The first level, Kirra Point, is boring, but you need to learn somewhere. The game picks up at the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. By the time you make it to Oahu's Pipeline, you are ripping! THIS GAME IS EXTREMELY ADDICTIVE! Levels are easy to restart and choosing a wave can be fast.
Level goals are not all easy! I found it hard to air over the banner at Huntington Beach. And wait till you have to kickflip over floating cowheads! Most of the goals are fairly easy.
Winning competitions is mostly a matter of staying on your board.
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Sincerely, I was waiting for a surfing game that delivered this much realism and energy. If you have some hope that this game will be as good as THPS, then you may and may not get your wish. First of all, it's surfing, not skating, so you better get used to the fact that there is a wave, and that it is moving, and you cannot just get up and keep surfing. If you just take this game for what it is, it is awesome!!The beaches are beautiful, the surfers are cool, and the soundtrack is rocking. I would say, unless Kelly Slater's game proves to be better than this one, TWS is the THPS of surfing...good mode!!!
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I preordered TW Surf before it was out, and its being late slightly disappointed me.
But now it's out, and it's totally cool!!!
Surfing:
Riding the tubs, pulling off a snap under the curl, and floaters are awesome.
But as all surfers know "aerial tricks" and "Kick flips" rarely come into surfing, except as a possible finishing move. In this game a majority of the big tricks are focused on aerial maneuvers. Surfers don't let this deter you, this game kicks ... (Can even run into sponges) If anything, I love it for it free ride mode where you can sit and surf without getting wet in 54 degree water. Being fairly busy and living 45min. from the California North Coast I find it a good reminder of why I love surfing, and a reminder that I need to go more. I've been waiting for such a game, and I am pleased. I'd even go as far to say that I think it beats [other game]. The video clippings are also pretty cool too.
Multi-player "Kind of the Wave"
I haven't figured this one out to much... Just a whole bunch of surfing sharing on constant wave...
Should have done a surfer tag game, possibly a hit the sponge game.
Multi-player "Shark Tag":
Pro: it's a cool idea that adds extra fun when playing two players.
Con: the Shark can be a bit frustrating as you learning to attack surfers, and you sometimes end up swimming around for a bit. The shark is the same in every location. Being from California to bad there was not an 18ft great white.
I love how realistic it is... The graphics on the PS2 still look awesome...
The free rides out to the "line up" are a nice touch...
Hope I didn't forget anything...
But, last of all, you are surfing...
And as all surfers know there's nothing better than that...
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