Subtle changes. Minor tweaks. Nothing earth-shattering. The differences between Tony Hawk's Proving Ground and last year's excellent Project 8 may not be that huge, but they are here and rather numerous. And thankfully, they're all for the better. For a start, the front end is slicker, shorter and more to the point. The skater editing screen is simpler and so user friendly you may even bother with it for once. Plus, if you're one of those hyperactive kids, there's a Randomise option to get you right in the game with a nicely odd, instantly generated character.