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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD could have DLC levels from other Tony Hawk games

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD is a HD remake of the first two games in the formerly-hit series of skateboarding games for PSN and XBLA, but it might not stop with numbers one and two if it's well received.

The man himself, Tony Hawk, says that levels from other Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games could be released as DLC. "The dream of doing this is we can throw levels from 3 and 4 and make them downloadable in this," he said. "We can use this as a foundation and platform for that. I really want this to be a foundation we build on so we can do more levels, more skaters, more content that you can download because this is kind of revolutionary to do a franchise game as only downloadable."

An Activision spokesperson was asked for confirmation and replied "Activision will see how THPS HD does and go from there," and added that levels from other THPS games are certainly possible.



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honestgamer posted March 08, 2012:

I'm really hoping for a lot from this game. The four THPS games were easily the best in the series, with 3 being the definite peak for me. I found 4 to be the least enjoyable of the series up to that point, but it was still much better than Tony Hawk's Underground and the series went downhill pretty aggressively from there. The only "new" one I really enjoyed was Tony Hawk's Project 8, but that seems to have been just a fluke. If this HD reboot doesn't mess up the stages, controls and objectives and it adds a nice polish, it could have me addicted all over again. Some levels from 3 and 4 would be icing on the cake...
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zippdementia posted March 09, 2012:

Underground was terrible. I recognize that I'm not really a fan of skater games, except Metal Gear Solid 2 Skate for the camp value, but even so I could tell that game just sucked. I bought it from a man who had literally just robbed the game (along with several others I bought) from a nearby Hollywood video. This was back in Eugene.
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honestgamer posted March 09, 2012:

Sounds like he robbed more than once, if he got you to pay money for that! I still have it on GameCube. I tried selling it a few times on eBay and once I thought someone was going to pay $3 for it, but it was all just a cruel lie. Now I think I'll keep it just for the comedic value. The only good thing about it was the selection of Classic levels, as I recall... as in, the stuff that came from prior (much better) games.
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zippdementia posted March 10, 2012:

I thought someone was going to pay $3 for it, but it was all just a cruel lie.

That's hilarious. You could probably get a few cents for it as a trade in on Amazon.
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EmP posted March 10, 2012:

I didn't mind Underground too much, but THUG2 I hated.

Series hit a peak with 3, but everyone knows that.

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