Metascore
84

Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. There are so many modes, multi-player games and features that could easily have you seeing less and less daylight as time goes on.
  2. As complete a package as anything Nintendo or Rare has released and it deserves the respect that those titles garner.
  3. While it may not be the most graphically impressive version of the game, it is faithful to the series and manages to be the best skateboarding game for the N64.
  4. If you own a PlayStation, Dreamcast, GameCube, PS2 or Xbox, I can't in good conscience recommend this as a purchase, but THPS 2 is definitely recommended for those of you who only own an N64.
  5. If you can handle the C Button syndrome while mid-air, you'll be winning championships like you were the Hawk himself.
  6. It’s amazing that the now two-year-old engine is still kicking butt…Only if you don’t own a DC or a PS should you buy this. [Sept 2001, p.147]
User Score
9.0

Universal acclaim- based on 30 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 20
  2. Negative: 1 out of 20
  1. Oct 23, 2013
    9
    Thps2 is an amazing game The moves and the skating mechanics are pretty much flawless The controls are smooth and the graphics are reallyThps2 is an amazing game The moves and the skating mechanics are pretty much flawless The controls are smooth and the graphics are really pretty this is the best skateboarding game ever. Full Review »
  2. [Anonymous]
    May 17, 2004
    8
    Hard to find things... That makes no sense... Anyway, this game is great. (But the sound is annoying)
  3. Bob
    May 2, 2003
    8
    Damn awesome, but once you play pro skater 3 or 4, this is not too great. you people who cant find stuff are so stupid. Just because it wasnt Damn awesome, but once you play pro skater 3 or 4, this is not too great. you people who cant find stuff are so stupid. Just because it wasnt made for 2-year olds like pro skater 1 doesn't mean it sucks. Full Review »