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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 Videos and Trailers - N64

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3
Game Description:The N64 edition of Activision's popular third Tony Hawk title delivers realistic, cutting edge graphics, action-packed gameplay, seamless video cinematic sequences and crisp special effects. The game extends beyond the boundaries of the traditional skateboarding genre by setting players in living environments that evolve. Players can choose to skate through realistic urban settings complete with pedestrians, cars, traffic accidents, natural disasters and changing weather conditions. Players go high flying through some of the hottest skating locales in the world including Skater's Island in Middleton, Rhode Island, Rio, Los Angeles, Canada, Tokyo and Paris. Fluid animations let gamers pull off hundreds of combo moves and tricks including nollies, manuals and lip tricks using the franchise's signature solid control scheme.
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