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Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2
- You can hang with the likes of Mat "The Condor" Hoffman or Ruben "Pollo" Alcantara!
- You'll join 11 other riders on a tricked-out tear across the U.S. - from Oklahoma City to Hawaii!
- The levels that you can ride in either Session or Free Ride depend on what you've unlocked in Road Trip.
- The game also includes several multiplayer options, including HORSE, Tag, Halfpipe Hell, Graffiti War, and Push!
- As tricky and fun to master as Tony Hawk!Fantastic graphics - from backgrounds to riders!Numerous multiplayer games!
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Join Mat "The Condor" Hoffman and seven of the greatest names in the sport on a BMX blowout tour. This game continues the tradition of great sports action gaming, delivering an over-the-top experience. You can perform hundreds of tricks with the all-new trick morpher as you get into 3 modes of play, including Road Trip, Wreak Havoc and Multiple 2-Player modes. Take it one step further and build your own BMX course using the next-generation course editor and you'll be looking for your own set of wings. So get ready to take a US road trip with Mat Hoffman and more of the greatest BMX riders of all-time in the ultimate biking game. Ride 8 huge, free-roaming, fully populated levels open for all kinds of mad stunts that you can customize for your style of riding using the trick-tweaking system and grab bag of flatland tricks. Mat Hoffman is also the only BMX game featuring the frantic 2-Player Push mode-don't blow it, or you'll be wiped off the screen!
Fans of extreme-sports games looking for a diversion from Tony Hawk will want to sign up for the road trip in Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2, in which you'll join 11 other riders on a tricked-out tear across the U.S.--from Oklahoma City to Hawaii.
But before you can hang with the likes of Mat "The Condor" Hoffman or Ruben "Pollo" Alcantara, it's advisable to practice your chops on the Free Ride or Session modes, especially if you're a newcomer to tricks-based sports games. We spent a good amount of time on Free Ride's open-ended play time to master the complicated sets of controller taps needed to achieve trick points.
The levels that you can ride in either Session or Free Ride depend on what you've unlocked in Road Trip. To get to the next destination, you'll need to complete a set of four challenges not once, but three times (in rookie, semipro, and pro). That can be a daunting challenge, especially for beginners, and for more experienced players it can get a little tedious as you search for the final trick that will push you to the next level. That said, after building some new calluses, we found a satisfying BMX groove and zoomed along on our road trip.
The game also includes several multiplayer options, including HORSE, Tag, Halfpipe Hell, Graffiti War, and Push, where you try to out trick your opponent and make his side of the screen smaller by increasing your side of the screen. Graphically, the game detail is superb--from the bikes and riders to the glitzy lights of the Las Vegas background. Our one major technical beef came from not being able to use our own soundtrack, but the game is populated with some fine tunes, ranging from LL Cool J to Iggy Pop. --Agen Schmitz
- As tricky and fun to master as Tony Hawk
- Fantastic graphics--from backgrounds to riders
- Numerous multiplayer games
- Can be frustrating for beginners to extreme-sports games
- You can't set your own soundtrack
Note: This review refers to the Xbox version of this game.
Top Customer Reviews
I've been playing video games for over 20 years and even compensating for the state of technology at any given time, this may be, in my opinion, the all-time best game ever.
It is so much fun, so real-feeling...I always thought the "lines" (path a person chooses through the course) were a commentator's concept, but with this game you see them, feel them.
It is incredible. Makes me feel like I can actually do the tricks in real life. I hopped on my son's skateboard in the living room and nearly killed myself as a result.
Graphics, gameplay, sound, music, cohesiveness, variety and options, controls, concept, execution, this game has it all.
Hopefully some day I will be bored with this game and can go back and finish Warcraft 3 and Max Payne which I had recently bought and was playing on the PC before this.