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Tony Hawk's Underground

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Tony Hawk's Underground

Developer: Neversoft
Publisher: Activision
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in US: October 27, 2003
Released in EU: November 21, 2003

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Tony Hawk's Underground (shortened to THUG by many) is Neversoft's first foray in branching out the Pro Skater series into a story-based series...

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Unused "Old Skool" Levels

Included in the game's data are Philadelphia from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 as well as Downhill Jam and School 1 from the first Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, in the similar vein as the three used "Old Skool" bonus levels. All three of these unused levels were included in the sequel.

Unused Objects


By going into School II and using Create-A-Goal, one can see some unused objects in the out of bounds near the start of the level. Using free camera for a closer look, we can see they all seem to be objects from the original THPS2 version of the stage.