Colby Primeaux writes, "The year was 1999 and I was in eighth grade. Pizza Hut ran a promotion. You buy a pizza and you get one of two PlayStation demo discs, each containing demos of upcoming games. I cannot remember nine of the ten games (although I think Ape Escape and Sled Storm were among them), but I remember the crown jewel of the collection: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. It contained one level – the Warehouse – on which you got two a two-minute run as either Bob Burnquist or the Birdman himself, while a single song – Goldfinger’s “Superman” – played on loop. It might have just been the greatest thousand two-minute sessions of my youth."