Skate 3 Cheats & Cheat Codes for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

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Skate 3 Cheats & Cheat Codes for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

Skate 3 is a 2010 skateboarding game developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts. The game was known for its crazy ragdoll physics, resulting in hilarious glitches that increased its overall popularity among gamers. In the years since its release, the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title has gone on to garner cult status, and remains the last game in the Skate franchise up to now.

Skate 3 Premise

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To this day, Skate 3 remains one of the most chaotic skateboarding games.

Skate 3 remains one of the best skateboarding games on the market, thanks to its chaotic gameplay that gamers flocked to back in 2010. The game features an “Easy Mode” and a “Hardcore Mode,” offering different ways to play for each individual based on skill level.

The story mode of Skate 3 is one of the features that a surprising amount of players simply don’t touch. In the story, your main objective throughout is to build a skateboarding company from the ground up, with the aim of selling one million boards. You do this by completing a variety of challenges throughout the game, raising your company’s reputation.

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One of the defining features of the Skate franchise made its return in Skate 3 – Hall of Meat. Anyone playing these games knows that the most fun is in the Hall of Meat. This mode pits players against one another, as they skate off high structures in an attempt to do as much damage to themselves as possible. This is visualized by a points meter and an x-ray of a skeleton inside of players that shows them exactly what bones they’ve managed to break. When combined with Skate 3‘s hilarious physics engine, it’s an absolute blast.

The game also features the Skate.Park mode, which allows you to build your own skate parks to try out new tricks. These can be as simple as a single ramp, or as complex as multiple tubes that span an entire warehouse. Best of all, anyone can share these online for others to play. You can even jump in with friends, too! If you’re not a confident builder, that doesn’t matter here. Simply download the work of another player and jump in for some great fun.

Skate 3 Main Characters

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You might recognize some of the professional skaters from Skate 3.

Unfortunately, Skate 3 doesn’t have a particularly deep story for you to get engaged in. There’s a story there, but it’s not much to write home about. Rather than having a huge cast of original characters to tell this story, Skate 3 takes another approach, including numerous famous skateboarders for you to challenge and encounter. Sure, there are a couple of fictional characters, but they’re few and far between. First, let’s focus on some of the original characters created for Skate 3:

  • The Legend: The Legend is the protagonist of the Skate franchise. When Skate 3 begins, they’ve recently moved to the city of Port Carverton in order to reach a sponsorship deal with an energy drink company. They begin their time there by setting up their own skateboarding brand, building it up by competing in contests across the city. Their end goal is to grab land the front cover of Thrasher Magazine.
  • Coach Frank: Coach Frank is the humorous coach to The Legend. Located at the Skate.School, he teaches you the basics of the gameplay, and you can return to him at any time for some more practice.
  • Shingo: Shingo is a crucial friend in Skate 3. After your release from hospital, he becomes your photographer, following you around and capturing your skills throughout the game.

Here are all of the professional skateboarding personalities that you can encounter, and in some cases play as, in Skate 3:

  • Andrew Reynolds
  • Atiba Jefferson
  • Benny Fairfax
  • Braydon Szafranski
  • Chris Cole
  • Chris Haslam
  • Colin McKay
  • Dan Drehobl
  • Danny Way
  • Darren Navarette
  • Dennis Busenitz
  • Eric Koston
  • Giovanni Reda
  • Jason Dill
  • Jerry Hsu
  • Joey Brezinski
  • John Cardiel
  • John Rattray
  • Josh Kalis
  • Lucas Puig
  • Mark Appleyard
  • Michael Burnett
  • Mike Carroll
  • Pat Duffy
  • PJ Ladd
  • Ray Barbee
  • Rob Dyrdek
  • Ryan Gallant
  • Terry Kennedy

Skate 3 Titles in the Series

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The Skate franchise has been dormant for some time – until recently.

The history of the Skate franchise is a rather confusing story. After the original game was released back in 2007, it became an instant hit with gamers. It never took itself too seriously but offered a more realistic experience than the one offered by the Tony Hawk Pro Skater franchise. Skate was a game released in the right place at the right time, and EA capitalized almost immediately. 

From 2007 to 2010, there was a brand-new Skate title every year. Each one was more popular than the last, and continued to garner critical acclaim. Despite this, after Skate 3 the releases stopped inexplicably, and developer EA Black Box would close its doors in 2013. That drought in games has continued for well over a decade now.

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There is still hope for fans. A reboot titled skate. was announced a few years back, and the game seems to be making good progress. When the series does finally return, it will be a welcome comeback.

Skate 3 Cheat Codes

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There are only a few cheat codes in Skate 3.

Skate 3 does embrace the use of cheat codes, however the amount is limited to just six that you’re able to use in-game. It’s not a massive amount given the fact that Skate 3 offers plenty of ways for you to customize your experience, but it’s still good to have nonetheless.

To activate these Skate 3 Extras Menu, and press the “Enter Cheat Code” option. To disable these cheat codes, you’ll have to re-enter them in the same menu.

  • Deadspacetoo: Unlocks Isaac from Dead Space as a playable character
  • dontbesomayo: Unlocks Miracle Whip-sponsored clothes and objects for in-game use
  • Mcfly: Turns your skateboard into a hoverboard
  • Miniskaters: Makes everyone extremely small, but with huge heads, arms, and feet
  • streetsweeper: Resets all movable objects to their original positions
  • Zombie: Changes all pedestrians into zombies that will attack you, and changes the skybox

On top of these cheat codes, there are also a couple of cool unlockable characters that you’re able to earn through gameplay:

  • Dem Bones: Beat half of the Hall of Meat challenges
  • Meat Man: Beat all Hall of Meat challenges

Skate 3 Cheat Code FAQs

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These are the commonly asked questions about cheat codes in Skate 3.

Do Skate 3 Cheat Codes Work Online?

Unfortunately not. The Skate 3 cheat codes that currently exist in the game work exclusively for the game’s single-player, so sadly you won’t be riding around Port Carverton with friends while playing as Isaac Clarke.

How Do You Do The Speed Cheat In Skate 3?

So while there’s technically not a fast speed cheat in Skate 3, you can use a glitch to go much faster.

You can do this with a few simple steps:

  • First, toss your board in front of you (RT or R2)
  • Jump in the air (X or Square)
  • Press RB or R1 at the peak of your jump
  • Press Y before you reach the ground

The timing of this is the most essential piece to the puzzle, or else it won’t work. Once you’ve mastered it, you’ve got a perfect speed glitch in Skate 3 that you can do anywhere on the map!

Is There An Unlock Everything in Skate 3 Cheat?

No. As of right now, there is no cheat code for you to be able to instantly unlock everything in Skate 3. The game features plenty for you to unlock by showing your skills in the skatepark, but there’s no shortcut here. You’ll have to earn it.

There are unauthorized hacks that you can download, but it puts your Xbox Live account at risk of being banned, especially if you do it online. For a game that’s over a decade old now, it hardly seems worth the risk.

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