Last night the official accounts of Nintendo America, Tony Hawk, Activision and Crash Bandicoot must have been partying and decided to be a little rogue and drop that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 was going to arrive on Nintendo Switch. Undoubtedly, an announcement that had been requested since Activision announced the title last year and even more so when the Nintendo Switch control schemes were found among the game files, but it seemed that the game was never going to reach the hybrid. But this story has a happy ending and that is that Bobby Kotick’s company has repeated the move it made a few weeks ago when they announced Crash Bandicoot 4 for new platforms, including Nintendo Switch.
You can listen to Goldfinger’s Superman on your Nintendo Switch thanks to Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2
Okay, this trailer has nothing on Nintendo Switch, until the last two seconds where the Nintendo Switch logo appears next to the next-generation consoles. It is clear that in the hybrid it will not look that good, it is what the Nintendo console has, but we already know that in advance when a third party port arrives. We also do not know at the moment if it will be a simple port or it will have been worked as much as with the one in Crash 4 and we have to wait a little longer until the company reveals the technical details of this version. What we can tell you is that during this 2021 nostalgia for the late 90s and early 2000s is going to roam freely on Nintendo Switch when Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is skating and doing 900º through the warehouse, the school, the dam and all those mythical scenarios that we could play ago more than two decades. Long live skateboarding and Tony Hawk, the best old man in the world!
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