Steve-O and Weeman Reveals How Much Money They Made To Tony Hawk Game!

Steve-O and Wee Man have announced the amount they have earned for their roles in Tony Hawk’s Underground 2. Tony Hawk games were among the biggest in the early 2000s thanks to their fluid gameplay that made him feel like a real skater and the absurd antics of certain games. This franchise helped revolutionize the skate industry and laid the groundwork for EA’s Skate series, which aims to make a comeback in the near future. The Tony Hawk games are going through a strange time and Activision doesn’t seem to have much interest in putting the right resources into a new game or remakes of older items after the acclaimed release of the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2 in 2020.

As a result, the Tony Hawk game is still a hit. In their Wild Ride Podcast talk, Steve-O and Jason, “Wee Man” Acuna shared how important the Tony Hawk games were to skateboarding. The two started talking about their roles in Tony Hawk’s Underground 2, lucrative as they were at the time, given that Steve-O was basically a secret cameo character in the game. The couple revealed they were paid around $5,000 a piece for their smaller roles, but leading actors like Bam Margera and Tony Hawk were paid a “life-changing” fee estimated to be in the millions. Watch the clip below. : Wee Man says he’s in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2, but he may have just put it wrong because he was in Tony Hawk’s Underground 2).

The Tony Hawk series survived the PlayStation 2 and was a key franchise for the consoles that came out during that time. Whether the Tony Hawk games will be successful remains unclear. Fans shouldn’t be afraid to continue with Activision, though. Perhaps once the Microsoft takeover comes along, the new acquisition will lead to more Tony Hawk titles.

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