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Tony Hawk's Underground 2 (2004)

Create a character and travel around the world with Tony Hawk and Bam Margera in a crazy competition to see who is the better skater.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Sparrow (voice)
Female Player Voice 1 (voice)
Jeff Fischer ...
Male Player Voice 3 (voice) (as Jeffrey Todd Fischer)
(voice) (as Bartley P. Flynn)
Peter A. Hulne ...
Male Player Voice 2 (voice)
Female Player Voice 2 (voice)
Male Player Voice 1 (voice)
Paulie 'Wheels of Fury' Ryan (voice)
ER Doctor / Ben Franklin / Boston Skaters / Bigfoot / Imp / Tiki Man / German Security Guard / Graffiti Tagger / Aborigine / New Orleans Jester / Evil Biker Guy / Church Ladder Guy / Construction Worker / Tagger / Dancing Nerd / Pyromaniac / Bummed Out Skater / Bullfighter / Peg-Leg Captain / The Devil (voice)
Himself / Skater (voice)


Create a character and travel around the world with Tony Hawk and Bam Margera in a crazy competition to see who is the better skater.

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Action | Comedy | Sport






Release Date:

2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix  »


Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

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Aspect Ratio:

1.75 : 1
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Did You Know?


On the Boston level, there are two apartments you can bust into through their windows. In one a man is dancing to seduce a goat. In the other, a fat nerd is watching TV and you can press a button to "feel the power". He then acts out the lightsaber fight of Darth Maul and makes lightsaber noises with his mouth. This is based on the popular "Star Wars Kid" video circulating on the internet of a similar looking kid who taped himself doing the same thing just as badly only to have people find the tape and spread it all over the web. See more »


Referenced in Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (2005) See more »


Power of Equality
Performed by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Written by Anthony Kiedis (uncredited), Flea (uncredited), John Frusciante (uncredited) and Chad Smith (uncredited)
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Definitely a Game to Play, 10 out of 10!
12 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

I'v always enjoyed playing the previous Skateboarding games such as the Pro Skaters 1-4. The first one was brilliant for a 1999 game and the rest got better and better as it went on. In THUG it was extremely better than Pro Skater 4. I bought THUG 2 and I thought it would have to be one of the best games I've ever played. The Story mode is very entertaining as you can get on and off your board in the World Destruction Tour. Tag Billboards whenever you get the chance. Vandalise the area, drive crazy vehicles which can be extremely fun at some stages, unlock many new tricks and of course skate. Annoy as many people as you can by throwing objects at them, grinding into Seagulls and making them pooh and it normally lands on someone if you are in Australia at the beach. I would have to say that Skatopia was the hardest and the best skate area in the entire game. It is quite enjoyable once you have finished story mode as you unlock Fat phil, Shrek, and a few other colourful characters. It was loads of fun all the way through the Story Mode. The storyline was also brilliant.

The other good thing about it is that you can still enjoy the classic mode as you have to do certain tasks in 2 minutes. I am only half way through that but it is still a load of fun! The style of Creating a Skater and park is very detailed and is good because there are so many choices that it is quite hard not to look the same as somebody else. I thoroughly enjoyed creating my own park and creating set goals for it.

I hope this will help you decide whether you want to play this or not because I enjoyed it all the way.

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