After the original skate was published, the team all received skateboard decks featuring all the characters from the first game and our names silkscreened on the deck itself. For skate 2, we were awarded the regular the plaque with the covert art and the disc. For skate 3, we got a hybrid of both the deck and the plaque. What you see above is a skateboard deck with a namebar and the disc glued directly onto the deck. It is the best of both worlds. The deck art is a Sunday newspaper cartoons theme, specifically from the newspaper of the fictional city of Port Carverton, where skate 3 takes place. This deck is the best momento I’ve ever received for working on a game.

Click here to see the whole board up close. If you’re just interested in seeing the disc detail, click here. While you’re at it, why don’t you check out Cuz’s Circus and Haslam and Hobbes?

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