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  • Summary: You've been chosen by Tony Hawk to compete against Bam Margera's team in the World Destruction Tour. In an all-new storyline, Tony Hawk's Underground 2 takes you to skateparks around the world, where you can spray your custom tag, slap stickers, and even create new skate lines. Now you can play as yourself, as your teammates, or as more than 20 special skaters. If you're feeling nostalgic for older Tony Hawk games, you can try Classic mode, which challenges you to accomplish your favorite goals, such as Secret Tape and High Score. Collapse
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  1. Offers enough new gameplay to please fans of the series. The GBA version of the game is very similar to the console versions and the major changes are certainly represented in this iteration.
  2. Overall this isn't bad, it just takes a lot of getting used to, particularly the isometric view. It's worth persevering, because, apart from actual skating, this is the most board-based fun you'll have on the move.
  3. The game's classic THPS-style arcade mode and three unlockable minigames add depth to the seven-stage story mode. [Dec 2004, p.156]
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    The GBA is the only system with five versions of the Tony Hawk franchise, and it's clear that, with THUG2, Vicarious Visions' Tony Hawk team is creatively tapped. Put to the task of bringing a fourth sequel to the handheld, the team just couldn't figure out a fresh new direction to take Tony Hawk.
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