There are a few certain rules in life that you can always rely on - things whose regularity is a comfort in our variable world. Like, for example, that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, or that beautiful young women only marry rich pensioners so they can hump their way to a heart attack and all that inheritance. One that should be familiar to most gamers is the following gem: games released straight to a budget price are bad.
It's a good rule to live by. But if you place faith in the idea of omens, start worrying, because hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunami are no longer signs of a forthcoming apocalypse - the real worrying omen is that Skate Park City, a budget game from a no-name developer and minor publisher, is good. Better than good, in fact - it's awesome.