The only real complaint is that the game can sometimes be a little unforgiving when it comes to landing tricks. It takes a bit of practice to learn how to flip the board just right while flicking the right analog stick. At times, it can feel like you're doing what you are supposed to be doing, but your board will do something completely different. But it's not a problem that can't be solved with a little practice. With a killer soundtrack to boot (not one of those usual annoying skateboarding game soundtracks featuring nothing but pop punk thrashers no one cares about), and player models that are near perfect in facial expression and flow, "Skate 2" has plenty to enjoy with lots of single and multiplayer replayability.