Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 uses the same game engine as its predecessor while improving the graphics and the gameplay, most notably with the introduction of manuals and cash rewards. The game takes place in a three-dimensional urban environment permeated by an ambience of rock and hip-hop music. The player takes control of a variety of famous skateboarders and either performs skateboarding tricks or collects certain objects. The game offers several modes of gameplay, including a career mode in which the player must complete objectives and evolve their character’s attributes with earned profits, a free-play mode in which the player may skate without any given objective, a multi-player mode that features a number of competitive games, and a level editor that allows the player to create customized levels.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 was critically acclaimed upon release and remains one of the highest-rated video games of all time, as well as the highest-rated sports video game. All versions of the game were praised, including its addictive gameplay, large environments, detailed graphics, fluid and precise controls, customization features and punk/hip-hop soundtrack, with some minor criticisms directed at the lack of a first-person camera and the truncated soundtrack of the Nintendo 64 version.
This is a new export and remaster of the only known file, now bumped up from 95% to 100% complete (show content), Vertical Horizon are making their second known appearance on CLL. Dr. Drew is broadcasting remotely from Houston and brings a local traffic reporter on mic to speak with Adam about her profession.
Source – Lost Tape (2019) with a Deb and Chris Tape (2019) Patch
This is a long lost episode, missing for over 18 years. Never heard since it originally aired, now 100% complete with the best audio quality possible. Fuel are making their first of two known appearances on CLL during the Adam era, though they may have a lost episode preceding this one. Is this a good episode? Sleeper Classic? Let’s all listen together and find out!
They have released five studio albums, most recently Puppet Strings in 2014. No original members of the band remain, except for vocalist Brett Scallions, who was out of the band himself from 2006 to 2010.
Source – KNRK CD Recording (2019) with 91X Stream Recording (2000) Patches
This is a brand new merging of the only known recordings, the episode is 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. James is making his 2nd appearance on CLL, this episode features one of the heaviest calls in LoveLine history that eventually led to the police showing up to secure the tape (hence no lost tape!) of the episode to use as evidence for the ongoing investigation.