Skate. (2007)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Sport

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Skateboarding game in which players can create a custom-design character and move it through the fictional town of San Vanelona to become a top skater.


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Scott Henshaw , Wayne Gilbert

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4 October 2007 | spawnen
| Best Skating game to date.
When i first heard about this game i got worried. EA often rush their games and milk them dry with sequels and expansion. Some weeks ago i heard about the Demo release and downloaded it straight away.. and what can i say? I was blown away by the realism and good looking graphics. Of course i had to buy this game at release.. and i did. The city is huge with good variety of obstacles to skate on. Tons of missions is scattered around in the city and it takes awhile to finish them all. The town you skate in was love at first sight for me, it felt alive with all the other skaters, cars and civilians. The camera angle can be very irritating sometimes and i miss the ability to pick up the board and walk from other skate-games, without the walk ability stairs and some other places can be really frustrating to go pass and you'll have to go around them to find another way sometimes. Skate. 2, Skate. 3 and Skate. 4? (and so on) Sure, but improve each game a lot instead of making this the new NHL and FIFA that stay the same each season.

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Raining Blood
Written by
Jeff Hanneman (uncredited) and Kerry King (uncredited)
Performed by Slayer


Plot Summary


Action | Adventure | Sport


Release Date:

13 September 2007



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