Anybody else remember this heap of awesome?

#1 Posted by Emandudeguyperson (2501 posts) -

I had it on the GBA, it was THE SHIT! It had a licensed soundtrack (yes the GBA version, how cool is that?) and it's gameplay was a lot like THPS2-THPS3 for GBA. Also, I'm thoroughly convinced I should buy the PS2 version of the game, as it is very cheap.

#2 Posted by RaccoonusDoodus (324 posts) -

haha, I rented this game a looooooong time ago on PS2. I remember it being fun and weird and awesome. Just the other day I was thinking about this game, in fact, haha. It was pretty fun, actually. I didn't even know there was a GBA version.

#3 Posted by Emandudeguyperson (2501 posts) -
@RaccoonusDoodus said:
" haha, I rented this game a looooooong time ago on PS2. I remember it being fun and weird and awesome. Just the other day I was thinking about this game, in fact, haha. It was pretty fun, actually. I didn't even know there was a GBA version. "
It will NEVER EVER happen, but there totally should be an Aggressive Inline 2, I'd really like to see what they'd do with it.
#4 Posted by RaccoonusDoodus (324 posts) -

Yeah, like that's ever going to happen :/ but it would be pretty cool. I liked this game a lot, never bought it though. And off the top of my head, I can't name another inline skating game.

#5 Posted by Emandudeguyperson (2501 posts) -
@RaccoonusDoodus said:
" Yeah, like that's ever going to happen :/ but it would be pretty cool. I liked this game a lot, never bought it though. And off the top of my head, I can't name another inline skating game. "
Really odd fact here, there was a GBA inline skating and racing game called X-BladeZ, not a single person reviewed it.
#6 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3215 posts) -

I remember playing this game a LOT. I've probably put 80+ hours into it. And God, that soundtrack was good.
#7 Posted by Drebin_893 (2926 posts) -

I loved this game on the PS2.

#8 Posted by Stephen_Von_Cloud (1530 posts) -
@birdflu777 said:
" I remember playing this game a LOT. I've probably put 80+ hours into it. And God, that soundtrack was good. "
Hell yeah.  Played this on the Xbox and that's probably what I remember most, GREAT soundtrack.  Whenever I hear "Don't Sweat the Technique" I think of this game.  The gameplay was very solid for one of those classic style extreme sports games.
#9 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3215 posts) -

Don't Sweat the Technique. Hell yes.
#10 Posted by Disengage (429 posts) -

lol, fruit boots.

#11 Posted by Scheds (464 posts) -

I remember that game holding me over for a few months until THPS 4 came out. It was a great game! I had forgotten all about it but now I want to check it out again.

#12 Posted by Najaf (295 posts) -

I remember three things from that game: 
1: It was hell'a good 
2: You could skitch a plane! 
3: You could handplant the Arc of the Covenant! (museum level easter egg)

#13 Posted by Rirobuge (163 posts) -

How else would I have ever been introduced to "An Idea for a Movie" by the Vandals.

#14 Edited by ThePwnee (234 posts) -
@Rirobuge said:

" How else would I have ever been introduced to "An Idea for a Movie" by the Vandals. "

I forgot one thing about the guy
Who had gained the ability to fly
It was actually only for a foot or two
And only an inch or so high
 
Edit: Just realized, it was also the first time I ever heard Reel Big Fish. Go figure.

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