20 Games Like Thrasher Presents: Skate and Destroy()
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Grind Session translates the spirit and thrill of hard-core boarding into arcade-style action. Gamers compete in street and tournament competitions, flow on the halfpipe, and freestyle it for the covers of the big skating magazines. The game features eight unique 3-D arenas, such as Van's Triple Crown skate park, and includes hundreds of tricks, customizable gear, and instant replay modes with different camera angles.
Play your friends in such multiplayer modes as versus, team play, competition, tech challenge, S-K-A-T-E, and endurance. Grind Session also boasts 10 different skaters with the moves of board stars Daewon Song, Willie Santos, Pigpen, John Cardiel, and Cara Beth Burside, among others. If you want to go your own way, create a skater from scratch. The game's soundtrack is blessed by such hard-core artists as Man or Astroman, Sonic Youth, Suicidal Tendencies, GZA, and DJ Shadow.
Take to the streets on one of ten stylin' boards in the first skateboarding game for the PlayStation, courtesy of Electronic Arts and Micro Cabin. Two variations of play include the Street Tour Mode, where you skate through three 3D courses trying to pull off as many tricks as you can within a time limit, and Free Skate Mode, where you either play for points or practice your moves without worrying about the clock.
Score! Hero, from the award winning makers of Score! World Goals, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.
BE THE HERO! Pass, Shoot & Score your way to legendary status, as you explore the dramatic career of your HERO player over 460 challenging levels!
Immersive free flowing 3D Score! Gameplay lets you control the action. Split defences with precise through balls, or bend shots into the top corner, putting you in control for an unrivalled mobile soccer experience.
90 / 10044.5
he X Games could be considered the Olympics for Generation X, and now one of the premier events skateboarding has made its way to the Game Boy Advance with ESPN X GAMES SKATEBOARDING. Choose from eight pro skaters Bob Burnquist, Carlos DeAndrade, Chad Fernandez, Kerry Getz, Rick McCrank, Colin McKay, Chris Senn, and Lincoln Ueda and 64 licensed decks as you get ready to shred on the streets, sidewalks, handrails, and more. There will be three cities to skate in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles each with location-specific elements and landmarks. The game consists of nine levels, broken into three categories: X Games competition, street skating, and fantasy. The 12 big-name bands including Linkin Park, Voodoo Glow Skulls, and New Found Glory will provide the adrenaline-pumping tunes to keep the action fast and furious. Get ready to ollie, grind, and kickflip your way to victory with ESPN X GAMES SKATEBOARDING.
The fingerboard frenzy makes its way (appropriately enough) to hand-held gaming. Featuring X Concepts' line of miniature skateboard decks, TECH DECK SKATEBOARDING challenges you to pull off the same tricks that regular skaters do just smaller. You play as the inimitable Thumb Guy, a lovable mascot who can pull off the fingerboard moves with the best of ¿em. Featuring arcade-style play and animations, the game lets you whip out grinds, ollies, and flips with extreme flair. All of the licensed decks from real manufacturers are here, so you'll be skating in style on your Tony Hawk deck. You'll have access to a limited number of boards at the game's outset, but as you get further and further along the road to glory you'll be able to unlock more responsive outfits and other hidden goodies. With cool graphics, real decks, and totally original gameplay, it's hardcore skating for hardcore fans!
Put yourself in the Front Office with Front Office Football, the professional football simulation from Solecismic Software.
Manage your roster through trading, free agency and the amateur draft. Create game plans, organize depth charts and watch your franchise thrive for decades.
60 / 10003.0
It's been five long years since your mysterious disappearance from the skate scene, and much has changed in the wake of "the disaster-too-gnarly-to-be-named." The massive devastation left large swaths of San Vanelona completely destroyed. After the mass evacuation, one company, Mongocorp, won the bid to rebuild New San Vanelona and their zealous protection of their private property has put a damper on the once thriving skate population. Your mission is to rebuild your career and revive the New San Van skate scene. To help you get the job done, you'll have double the tricks and the new ability to get off your board to move stuff and create the sickest lines. There's even a crew of locals you can call on to help take care of business. Skate 2--it's time to take back the city ... one spot at a time.
83 / 100214.15
A compilation of two extreme sports games on a single cartridge.
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 is the sequel to the revolutionary Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 for the Game Boy Advance. It's all about big air, grinding rails, riding ramps, jumping gaps and pulling the SICKEST tricks imaginable, all in the palm of your hand. Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 offers 1000+ tricks and four modes of gameplay.
Evolution Skateboarding is a 2002 skateboarding video game released by Konami for the PlayStation 2 and GameCube. It consists of several popular skateboarders, such as Rick McCrank, Arto Saari, Kerry Getz, and Danny Way. There is also a create-a-skater feature and an unlockable character for every skater the player completes the game as. There are also sets of level specific songs such as the metal-remix of the Metal Gear Solid theme and a Castlevania theme after unlocking the Vampire Hunter. Levels are unlocked by beating a certain amount of objectives in a current level, such as collecting items like boots and other objects, performing tricks in certain areas of a level, and the occasional grinding a certain amount of meters. The Evolution Skateboarding engine was used in the bonus skateboarding mode included in the PlayStation 2 version of Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance.