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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (Game Boy Advance)

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Title Screen

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2

Also known as: SK8: Tony Hawk no Pro Skater 2 (JP)
Developer: Vicarious Visions
Publishers: Activision (US/EU), Success (JP)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: December 14, 2001
Released in US: May 30, 2001
Released in EU: June 22, 2001

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

Level Select

Pause the game, hold R, and press A, Start, A, Right, Up, Up, Down, Down, Up, Up, Down. The menu should shake if the code is entered correctly.

Unused Text


test gap string




Unknown trick

Hidden Credits

Starting at 0x7F2E7D.

 Manfred Linzner

"Get what ya got" 
 Manfred Linzner

"Cloud Jumping" 
 Manfred Linzner

"Burned Out" 
 Manfred Linzner

"Tube Smoke" 
 Manfred Linzner

"King for a ride" 
 Manfred Linzner
"Downhill Dub" 
 Manfred Linzner

 Manfred Linzner

"Wind Up!" 
 Manfred Linzner

"Bad Vibes" 
 Manfred Linzner

"Phat boom" 
 Manfred Linzner

GAX Sound Engine v1.99d (Mar 30 2001) 
 Shin'en Multimedia. Code: B.Wodok

Regional Differences

US/Europe Japan
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As it happened with the PS1 original, Steve Caballero's Gundam '95 board was replaced with a different one in the Japanese version. Unlike that version, however, this one kept the original name, and its design is simply the logo of Success, the Japanese version's publishers (who also published the PS1 original there), with a few added details. Once again it's likely this was to avoid any rights issues with Gundam owners Sunrise, although one might think that they would've changed the name as well.