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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 Videos and Trailers - Mac

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
Game Description:While Tony Hawk's Pro Skater put extreme sports on the videogame map, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 redefined an already great game. Its addition of stellar new features (like Create-A-Park), and great gameplay tweaks (the manual maneuver will be copied for years to come) made it the best installment in a killer series of games. Anyone who has ever skated the Philadelphia level will agree -- this game is a masterpiece of level design. Hell, it's a masterpiece all around. There isn't a bad park or dull moment, just pure gaming nirvana. Developed by Neversoft Entertainment, THPS2 came out in 2000 across a range of platforms.
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