Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam threw out all the series' rules when it debuted on the Wii back in November - the real-life skaters were replaced with cartoonish badasses, and the free-roaming action was replaced with rapid downhill races in locales from Los Angeles to Machu Picchu. The result was one of the better games to bear Tony Hawk's name, and it's coming to the PS2 next month. It's not coming empty-handed, either; while it's losing the motion-sensitive controls, the game is making up for it with new characters, new play modes, new events and a ton of unlockable extras that weren't in the Wii version.
To give you a taste of what's in store when Downhill Jam hits PS2s next month, we've snagged some exclusive video introductions to the three new skaters, some new screenshots and an interview with the game's producer. Hit the links below to see what's new, or tap the thumbnails to the right and check out the screens.
April 18, 2007