Grind Session

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Grind Session
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Developer(s)Shaba Games
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
  • NA: April 29, 2000
  • EU: August 25, 2000
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Grind Session is a skateboarding video game developed by Shaba Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively for PlayStation.[1] Grind Session was released in 2000.


Grind Session features six professional skaters and nine hidden characters;[2] the player also has the ability to choose between four custom skaters, and edit their tricks and names.

Default Skaters[edit]

Secret Skaters[edit]


Grind Session features many real-life skate spots from around the world, these include:

  • Training Level
  • Da Banks (NYC)
  • S.F. Mission
  • Burnside
  • Slam City Jam
  • Atlanta
  • PlayStation Park London
  • Detroit
  • Huntington
  • Dream House (secret level)
  • Convoy Level (secret level)

Dream House[edit]

The Dream House, mentioned in the manual as a "skating nirvana", is a huge skate palace composed of two wings, each containing its own distinct rooms.

East Wing[edit]

  • Bathhouse
  • Aqua Lounge
  • The Fountain
  • The Music Hall

West Wing[edit]

  • The Armory
  • Dream Bowl
  • The Drop Room
  • The Ramp

Each room has a coin to collect, and collecting them all will unlock Master AO.


  1. ^ Gerstmann, Jeff (2000-05-26). "Grind Session Review". GameSpot. Retrieved 2018-07-08.
  2. ^ "Grind Session :: PlayStation Game Review". Kidzworld. Retrieved 2009-04-13.