- Sub Genre:
- Release Date (US):
- September 24th, 2007
- Release Date (UK):
- October 12th, 2007
- Online Players:
- EA Canada
- Electronic Arts
- T [Teen]
- PSU Rank:
- 81 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 78 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also available on Xbox 360
Skate's unique control scheme captures the true feel of skating versus the typical button mashing gameplay of past skating games. Skate delivers the real feel of skating in a fully reactive skateboarding city, utilizing the power of the Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles for advanced new control and physics techniques to feel through every kick-flip and land every aerial. The game features professional skaters such as Danny Way and PJ Ladd. Skate's unique control scheme captures the true feel of skating -- with physics-driven animations, gamers will have a unique gaming experience every time they pick up the controller since no two tricks will ever be the same.
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Skate is the best skateboarding game to date providing realistic simulation type gameplay.
- Revolutionary controls that work perfectly into gameplay
- Lifelike physics to portray a more realistic skate boarding experience
- Great art directions and stylized graphics
- Soundtrack can become annoying at times
- Online lags like crazy
- Not quite up to par with Tony Hawk in terms of features
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