It is not hard to listen to the song “Superman” by Goldfinger and immediately think of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. Just thinking about all the aspects of the first few installments will bring anybody back to a much simpler time. From the excellent level design to the iconic music, the Pro Skater franchise from the late ’90s to the early 2000s had everything players wanted in a alternative sports game. Since developer Robomodo took over the Tony Hawk games in 2008, the franchise has descended in quality, becoming a shell of its former self. With Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 coming out later this year, there is one burning question: is the Tony Hawk franchise worth continuing?