Grind Session was a skateboarding game released on the PlayStation in 2000. It was widely considered to be superior to the popular skating games Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2, but some considered it to be inferior. It wasn't really very well-known, due to poor advertising and dependence on word of mouth. Image File history File links Grindsession. ...
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Grind Session featured a variety of well-known skaters and odd hidden characters. One also had the ability to choose between four nameless skaters and edit their tricks and names.
- Willy Santos
- Daewon Song
- Cara-Beth Burnside
- Ed Templeton
- John Cardiel
- Skator (a boxy robot)
- Rex (a dinosaur)
- Hang Man (a chalk figure)
- Stanley (classic alien)
- Dave Carnie (man from Big Brother magazine, in a yellow jumpsuit)
- Demon (a demon)
- Stinger (a humanoid killer bee)
- Golgotha (a humanoid monster)
- Master AO (master skater with maxed out stats)
Grind Session had many real-life skate parks from around the world, these included:
- Training Level
- Da Banks (NYC)
- S.F. Mission
- Slam City Jam
- PlayStation Park London
- Dream House (secret level)
The Dream House, mentioned in the manual as a "skating nirvana", is a huge skate palace comprised of two wings, each containing their own distinct rooms.
- Aqua Lounge
- The Fountain
- The Music Hall
- The Armory
- Dream Bowl
- The Drop Room
- The Ramp
Each room has a coin to collect, and collecting them all will unlock Master AO.