Tony Hawk's® Pro Skater™ 5 offers an epic mix of classic THPS action with combo-driven skateboarding and a state-of-the-art skatepark builder. Ride, build, and repeat!
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CLASSIC TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER GAMEPLAY
Pull off signature Pro Skater moves and extended trick combinations.
PLAY AS A PRO OR CREATE-A-SKATER
Play as one of 10 pros, including Tony Hawk, Nyjah Huston, and Aaron “Jaws” Homoki, each with their own tricks, or personalize a skater unique to your style.
ENDLESS SHRED SESSIONS
Jump in and out of over 80 unique missions across 8 environments.
IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL SKATE
Create the sickest skateparks using over 250 obstacles or personalize existing parks in the course creator to add your own style. .
Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5 is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 4 out of
Ethan Willett from
Needs onlinethe game would be so much better with split screen and online multiplayer but other than that its a good game
Date published: 2019-04-12
Rated 3 out of
Meh...I played Pro Skater 5 on PS4 at launch. It was one of the most horrible games i ever played. In November, a new patch was released for the game which fixed most of the issues with the game. And i don't have PSN to download the patch. So I had to stay with the broken game. Then, the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 version's release dates were confirmed. They also said the last gen ports will have that essential patch already on the disc. So, i picked up the Xbox 360 version to see if things have improved. They have, but the game is still not very good. First of all, they fixed the star system. Now all of the stars that you earned from all of the levels carry over between levels making it easier to unlock new levels. Also, the physics have been improved. Now, you can change the slam button to double tap. That was the most annoying and glitchy thing from the PS4 version, and now you can essentially turn it off. These improvements are great, but they didn't change the levels. There are only like 3 actually fun levels in the game. And there are only 7 levels. I finished the game and unlocked all of the levels in about 2 hours. And those 2 hours were really annoying due to another thing that they didn't fix. The missions. They are still glitchy, They still barely work, and they are repetitive. After you spend those 2 hours unlocking all of the levels, you probably won't want to replay it after that. And even for $30, it's still not worth it.