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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Platform : Sega Dreamcast
Rated: Everyone
2.8 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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If you're into freestyle stunt games that are similar to the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series (a necessary comparison), you might find, with a little patience, that <I>Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX</I> is a surprisingly good one. It doesn't offer much more than the established fly-and-trick formula, but it's still a fun ride.<p> In general, this game calls for quicker thumbs and more precision than other games in the genre, but it also provides a greater sense of accomplishment to those who get up to speed. The animation of your rider's backflips, grinds, and other aerial maneuvers looks startlingly realistic; and, with 1,300 tricks available, chances are that you'll always find a new way to fall off your bike. Most levels are huge and designed so that you can pull off many stunts per track. In fact, you must complete some of the harder stunts to win sponsors for new gear. For all of you kids who are into aggro music, Dave's game features popular four-chord acts Social Distortion, Rancid, and the Deftones, as well as rap group Cypress Hill.<p> On the downside, the game's visuals just don't look tremendously better than the PlayStation version. Although they're nicely rendered and decently animated, none of it screams, "128-bit pixel-pushing processing power!"<p> While it won't stun anyone with its originality, <I>Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX</I> offers an interesting twist on the burgeoning freestyle-stunt genre. <I>--Mark Brooks</I><p> <B>Pros:</B> <ul> <li>Many challenging stunts <li>Hip soundtrack <li>Bike-control scheme plays and feels differently from others in genre </ul> <B>Cons:</B> <ul> <li>Substandard graphics <li>Nothing most gamers haven't seen before </ul>


Ride as Dave Mirra, 10-time World BMX Champion and Gold Medal Winner, in the 2000 X Games Street Competition; Ryan Nyquist, Gold Medal Winner in the 2000 X Games Bike Stunt Dirt Jump; or any of a group of other pros in this BMX game for your Dreamcast. The open trick system lets you start with basic tricks and modify them to create new moves. More than 1,300 different tricks are available, resulting in infinite combinations. Make your way through Vert, dirt, and street-riding levels, each of which has multiple objectives and hidden areas. Master levels to earn support from such sponsors as Slim Jim, Adidas, Haro, and Specialized. Ten different multiplayer games are available, including B-M-X (a variation of HORSE), Longest Grind, Sickest Trick, and Gnarliest Crash. The soundtrack includes selections from Sublime, Cypress Hill, Rancid, Social Distortion, Deftones, Pennywise, and Dropkick Murphys.

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