Dis­ap­pointed by game stunts

Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Ticket -

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 oc­ca­sion­ally flirts with the joy of move­ment and at­ti­tude that made the orig­i­nal four games clas­sics, but the wheels quickly come off.

There are a dis­ap­point­ing num­ber of de­sign and tech­ni­cal prob­lems that range from frus­trat­ing to flat-out bro­ken, mak­ing this at­tempt at re­turn­ing the se­ries to glory a non-starter.

But the most glar­ing thing that con­sis­tently thwarted at­tempts to en­joy Pro Skater 5 were the ram­pant per­for­mance is­sues.

It’s rife with glitches, hic­cups and col­li­sion dis­as­ters, which are par­tic­u­larly no­tice­able when you fall off.

Slow go­ing

This is a dis­ap­point­ing game

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