Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 Walkthrough

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Let’s Play Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 is a timeless classic in the world of video games, serving as a benchmark for extreme sports enthusiasts and gamers alike. Released in 2001 by Neversoft and Activision, this iconic title pushed the boundaries of what could be achieved in a skateboarding game.

With its fantastic controls, extensive roster of real-life skateboarders, and an unforgettable soundtrack, it remains a beloved gem in the gaming community! There are many walkthroughs of the game online, but this one is the best if you’re looking for fun commentary!

Today, we’ll dive into the thrilling world of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 through a walkthrough / let’s play, reliving the nostalgia it offers. It is available below on CrystalFissure’s YouTube channel.

List of Levels in THPS3

  • Foundry, based in Woodland Hills, California
  • Canada, based in Canada Olympic Park, Calgary
  • Rio, based in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  • Suburbia, based in Munich, Germany (other sources claim Jackson, Mississippi)
  • Airport, based in Honolulu, Hawaii (other sources claim Osaka, Japan)
  • Skater Island, based in Middletown, Rhode Island
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Cruise Ship

Enjoy CrystalFissure’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3: 100% Full Game Guide.

Game Facts

Release Date: Spyro the Dragon, the inaugural game in the series, was originally released on September 10, 1998, for the PlayStation console.

Developers: Pro Skater 3 was developed by Neversoft and published by Activision O2.

Gameplay: Players take control of Spyro, the feisty and fire-breathing purple dragon. The game offers a combination of platforming, puzzles, and combat as Spyro explores diverse worlds, rescues trapped dragons, and collects stolen dragon treasure.

Ratings: Pro Skater 3 is currently the top rated PS2 game on the popular review aggregate website Metacritic, with an average score of 97/100, tying with Grand Theft Auto III.

Nostalgia: THPS is a cherished classic, holding a special place in the hearts of fans for its engaging gameplay and memorable soundtrack. Many players consider it their favourite Tony Hawk’s game in the series.

Fun, Random Fact: Japanese PS2 version of the games features extra 3 Japanese skaters; Junnosuke Y, Shin Okada, and Hiroki Saegusa.

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