Tony Hawk Ride Cheats
Lucky for you, there are "Tony Hawk Ride" cheats. Unfortunately for, they do not really do anything amazing on what is easily considered the worst Tony Hawk game ever. If you actually own a copy of "Tony Hawk Ride" and paid real money for it... well then you understand. You dropped 120 bones for some cheesy hunk of plastic that does not function as a skateboard or even a half assed game controller. Calibrating the cursed thing is enough to make most people give up after an hour and use it as a really expensive beer coaster. In a nutshell, the game does not exactly live up to all the hype nor does it even begin to approach the undeniable greatness of previous Tony Hawk game releases. All cheats (well, all two of them) are in the Cheats section of the game menu. Why make a Cheat section for only two cheats? Lame.
- Some kid. In a marketing attempt to bring a little schoolyard crush action to "Tony Hawk Ride," the developers put in a Ryan Sheckler cheat. Who is Ryan Sheckler? Well, he was a teen heartthrob that had an MTV show that was simply not offensive or risque enough to survive. Oh, and he skated. That was the point of you entering 'SHECKLERSIG' in the Cheats section.
- The 1980's. If you are as old as Tony Hawk, then the Quicksilver 1980's level was designed with you in mind. Back then, things were just as flashy and annoying as they are now but with less technology and bass. The cheat is only fun because it is different from the rest of the game. It does not reflect the experience of watching the horrible Quicksilver videos they pumped out in malls during the 80's when you were busy trying it on your back-to-school Bugle Boy pants. For one thing, Activision didn't spring the cash to get Flock of Seagulls for the soundtrack. To go sorta 80's, go to the cheat menu and enter 'FEELINGEIGHTIES'.