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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 (PlayStation 4) review


"Later this year, you'll be able to hear favorites from the original games, plus thematically appropriate new stuff."


Activision has announced a lineup of artists who will contribute their vocal talents to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2, the reworked compilation due later this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game also features a selection of licensed music from the original game releases around 20 years ago (yes, it really has been that long).

The publisher revealed the news during a virtual concert held on Noisey's YouTube channel, a reflection of marketing today versus yesteryear. Other artists who performed included CHAII, Merkules, Machine Gun Kelly and Rough Francis, acts confirmed for the remastered release.

In case you want to see the event for yourself, we've embedded a video below to let you do just that.



The official, alphabetized list of artists joining the game's soundtrack, courtesy of Activision, is as follows:
  • A Tribe Called Quest

  • A. Swayze & the Ghosts

  • Alex Lahey

  • All Talk

  • American Nightmare

  • Backchat

  • Baker Boy

  • Billy Talent

  • Black Prez ft. Kid Something

  • CHAII

  • Charlie Brown Jr.

  • Cherry Kola

  • Chick Norris

  • Craig Craig ft. Icy Black

  • Crush Effect ft. KARRA

  • Destroy Boys

  • DZ Deathrays

  • FIDLAR

  • JunkBunny

  • Less Than Jake

  • Machine Gun Kelly

  • Merkules

  • MxPx

  • Pkew Pkew Pkew

  • Reel Big Fish

  • Rough Francis

  • Screaming Females

  • Skepta

  • Spilt Milk

  • Strung Out

  • Sublime

  • Super Best Frens Club

  • The Ataris

  • Token

  • Tyrone Briggs

  • Viagra Boys

  • Zebrahead

The list of original series artists returning is as follows:
  • Anthrax

  • Bad Religion

  • Consumed

  • Dead Kennedys

  • Dub Pistols

  • Even Rude

  • Fu Manchu

  • Goldfinger

  • Lagwagon

  • Millencolin

  • Naughty by Nature

  • Papa Roach

  • Powerman 5000

  • Primus

  • Rage Against the Machine

  • Speedealer

  • Styles of Beyond

  • Suicidal Tendencies

  • Suicide Machines

  • Swingin’ Utters

  • The Ernies

  • The Vandals

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 will carry an MSRP of $39.99 when it arrives worldwide on September 4. The "ultimate fan" can pick up a $99.99 version instead, which includes "digital deluxe content and a limited-run Birdhouse deck." Want more information than you see here? You can find it at the game's official site.

Rating: N/A0/10


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Staff review by Jason Venter (July 28, 2020)

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