Tokyo is the eighth level in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3.
Level description Edit
Tokyo is the final competition level of the game. Unlike most other competition levels in the Tony Hawk Series, this level is based off of a real location, but the level's skating zones are fictional. The only other competition level that shares this trait is Roswell, New Mexico.
The level is known for its crazy loops, blimp laser grid, vert locations, high risk billboard grinds, and its secret area full of halfpipes and long grinds. After completing this level you are rewarded with completing the career of the game, but unlike Roswell and Bullring, it is not the last career level of the game however, as completing Tokyo unlocks, Cruise Ship.
- If the player grinds two strings holding up a circle shaped sign, the sign will fall and reveal a secret area.
- The player can reach the big red holographic platform in the middle of the level.
- It is possible to do land a Car Plant behind the level where you start. The player would have to time their ollie off the roof to land on the driving cars. Of course, since the cars don't stop, they can cause the player to bail if he were to land in front of one. And, of course they are at the out-of-bounds area, the player will be taken back to the level.
- Many of the gaps in the level are named after Japanese food dishes.
See also Edit
|Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 levels|
| Foundry • Canada • Rio • Suburbia • Airport • Skater Island • Los Angeles • Tokyo • Cruise Ship • Oil Rig • Downhill • Paris