Skate 2 ups the ante in delivering all the grit, creativity and culture of skateboarding with all-new tricks that allow players to truly skate it their way - on and off the board. Skate 2 delivers the white-knuckle, camera shuddering speeds that players crave with breakneck death races. The new Thrasher Hall of Meat mode is the answer for gamers who find spine-tingling enjoyment in bone-crushing wipeouts and bails. For players simply looking for skateboarding action, Skate 2 lets them show-off their style like a pro. Equipped with double the bag of tricks and the ability get off the board to move objects around, players can now create their own epic skate spots which can then be shared and experienced by others around the world.
- Double Your Bag of Tricks - Take to the streets and own the spots of New San Vanelona with new tricks like one-foots, handplants, hippy jumps, and more.
- Move It! - Get off your board and move in-game objects to create your ultimate spots to skate and destroy.
- Change the Face of the City - You can't rebuild the scene alone - call on your crew to uncap the spots, drain the pools, and provide some personal security.
- Hall of Meat - Punish your skater in the harshest ways possible with all-new bone-crushing bail physics. The new Thrasher Hall of Meat mode features brutal slam challenges complete with gestures to customize your gnarliest bails.
- Create Spots - After you've moved stuff around to create the best spots, show them off. Upload your custom spots, download other gamers' stuff to skate, and vote on whose spots rule.
- More Online Skating - Roll seamlessly between single player and online skate sessions and compete for cold hard cash and/or glory in the new competitive online modes.
- Express Yourself - Use the Graphics Creator to build custom graphics, then slap them on your hats, hoodies, and decks. Once you've personalized your skater, film your sickest lines with the expanded skate. Reel and share your vids with the world.
- ESRB Rating: TEEN with Language, Suggestive Themes, Alcohol Reference, and Mild Violence