1. Tony Hawk’s Underground
We remember when this game first came out and we would play it for hours on end. This game was the constant companion of any young kid who liked to skateboard. Getting around the maps in this game was much easier than in previous iterations, with the ability to get off your board. You even had the ability to create more (and sometimes unrealistic) tricks, skateboard decks, and goals. Even though people criticized it, everyone knows that it was fun destroying those hotdog stands and then plowing them into the lake in Manhattan. Not only that, but some of the greatest skate maps were in this game from the spine transfer in Moscow to the Tampa Am skate competition in Miami.