Rated 1 out of 10
by TonyHawk37 Hardcore game
I Used to Had Tony Hawk's Proving Ground For The Wii on May 18-19 2010 and when I played the game It Was Too Hard
Rated 7 out of 10 by Mr. Kranky Excellent, yet poor
This game is an excellent game for those who love the skateboarding genre of gaming, however, the controls are poorly done. When wanting a specific trick or whatever, you often get what you don't want; especially when it's a trick or grab trick requiring to put the thumb stick in a diagonal position. Challenges get exceedingly difficult once you start making progress, although this is still a pretty excellent game. The graphics are extremely good and so is the interaction like the ability to check people in the level, including the occasional cop and being able to add items such as skate ramps and half pipes to the environment right from the game. Also, the ability to choose your path is quite nice. There are 3 types of missions: Hardcore, Rigger, and Career. Each have their own set goals in which you do to advance in those fields. Also, the character customization was poorly constructed. No longer the ability to make a female gender skater. Gameplay I would give 9.5/10, controls 3/10, and customization 6/10/ overall 7/10.
Rated 10 out of 10 by sktboreder tony hawk
This was the first Tony hawk game for the Wii i have got so I'm not best person to refer to, but i loved this game. It was really fun how you got to choose your style though by the end of the game if you want all the places unlocked you have to do all of the styles. It had pretty good graphics and sound though I'm not the best person to refer to again. I thought it was cool how you to place a ramp or quarter pipe anywhere you wanted to. The most exciting part of the game is the "Nail the trick". It is the most immersive function in a video game i have seen and is loads of fun. It features many different places to skate including my favorite "DC national mall". I am an avid skater and loved the fact that you could just "poof" and have a cool skatepark with anything from kickers and rails to spines and quarter pipes. This is a must buy if you are looking for a skating game that you want to customize with a whole arsenal of ramps. Happy skating!
Rated 6 out of 10 by Goalie01 Tony Hawk :Proving ground LET DOWN
First of all I have been playing skateboarding games lately and I really thought this looked good. I was definitely wrong. First of all the controls were very poorly made. The challenges were ok but certainly not great. The graphics were alright. This game wasnt very realistic though. I have played tony hawk games since the first one for N64. This one wasn't the greatest. I did find a really great game though, Skate It, I made a review for it too. Skate It features flick it controls so to Ollie you just pull up on the wii remote. Where as Tony Hawk you just press the A button. Also the camera angles for tony hawk were bad too, they stayed in one spot the whole time (right behind your back). In skate it it follows you and when you do a manual it closes in on your feet. Tony hawk is mainly street also, while skate it features street and vert. bottom line dont buy this game BUY SKATE IT.
Rated 1 out of 10 by 7deadlysouls IT SUCKS,PERIOD.
It sucks for the wii because the controls of the game are the worst controls for the wii, EVER! First, the game says you there are 3 types of skaters but you have to be all of them and the missions for all of them are not smart and sometimes, even though you finished the mission, the game says you failed it and you have to restart. Also the way they make you do tricks are unsmart because you have to flip the remote and nunchuk all over the place and some tricks require both the nunchuck and remote, but when you do it, the game counts them as 2 different moves.
Rated 0 out of 10 by D-Unit i love it
I think this game will blow every one away with its super realistic storylines and awesome customization. I wont be able to tell the difference between me actually skating and playing this game. I cant wait for this to come out. But one thing they need to improve on from other tony hawk games is multiplayer. The multiplayer was never as fun as solo but im hoping that will change. Peace.
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer I buying
I did a little research and this game will be like Project 8 but you creat your own story . You can be a career skater, hardcore skater or rigger. Career skaters skate for sponsorship, teams, ect. Hardcore skaters will seepotential where others see nothing. They build a run and then skate it for example. Riggers skate for the fun of it. For the wii, no online play. Will have excellent graphics.
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer has much potential
this game has can be good i am definetly sure it will be good for systems like ps2 and xbox360 but my cinserin is will it be good for da wii it would b insaune of the gave like a deck to ressemble the skateboered or if u can controlll it wit ur hands it super sweet if they gave u the option of usin da remote and nuncheck or using a boreared ressemling a skatebpred
Rated 0 out of 10 by mason wat up
This game is gonna be phat. I dont skate no more but i used to when i was little. the games was hot and i was wondering if anybody new if proving ground is gonna be the same version for 360 cuz for instance Farcry for the wii was different from the one for 360. U could creat a map for Farcry for da WII
Rated 0 out of 10 by El LoKiTo Omg This Is Going To Rule
I Live In Newark, Which Isn't The Biggest Fan Of Skateboarding But I Love It. To Know You Basically Have Basically Unlimited Possibilities Is Awesome. Come On To Create Your Own Chill Spot Is Beyond Great. All They Need For The Wii Is A Board To Resemble A Skateboard And It Will Be The Best Thus Far