If it plays like the originals yeah but if not I'll just stick to the originals
File: 1599107605423.jpg (202.05 KB, 1262x1280, 631:640, 027e6361692a518c7ca63d869a….jpg)
i mean THPS 1/2 was my jam as a kid
and i still have em
so id prolly just stick with that unless something spectacular is going on with these
and all that said, the skate games kinda filled the void for me tbh
idk how EA let such quality games sneak by
i guess to atone they resolved to absolutely never release a new one ever again, for any reason ever, even with the 3rd one still having an active playerbase
download an nes emulator and the rom then play it
but how do I unlock rittenhouse mode
put a gun in your 5 3/4 floppy drive
>SO HERE I AM
????? where are you
DOIN' EVERYTHING I CAN
up up down down left right left right b a start
A lot of people don't like Bam. Is that right?
Well how does it compare to the originals?
Just bought the game, I would say it's a pretty faithful remake, but also different enough to be worth a buy. The levels are remade well and there's lots of easter eggs and references to the older games. Physics-wise it feels a little more realistic than the older games since the characters have some weight to them, but the gameplay is actually good unlike the other recent games like THPS5 and that other THPS1 remake. You also of course get all the techniques that were added in the later games like reverts and spine transfers, and there's also a new (I think?) mechanic where filling the SPECIAL bar makes your character faster, jump higher etc. which is interesting because it encourages you to do as many tricks as possible.
When did this happen?
special increasing your stats is from game 1 and is in all of them
Yeah I wasn't sure about that one since I can't remember it actually being explained in the older games, but I guess in-game tutorials weren't really a thing back then
I don't think they started explaining things until idk 4? Maybe it wasn't until thug idk. Probably gonna grab these remakes they sound solid