publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Game mode: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: local network / Internet
game language: English
game release date for PC:
This is a realistic sports game about incredible feats on BMX bikes. Thanks to it we will be able to take part in competitions next to such stars as Dave Mirra - 10-fold world champion and his heir Ryan Nyquist, without worrying about our own health. We are waiting for the science of breakneck acrobatics, many terrain obstacles, unimaginable number of falls, and above all, a large number of competitions to win.
- a unique sports game promoted by the name of the legendary Dave Mirra
- the possibility of riding the ten biggest players of this sport: Dave Mirre, Ryan Nyquist, Leigh Ramsdell, Mike Laird, Troy McMurray, Kenan Harkin, Joey Garcia, Shaun Butler, Chad Kagy and Tim Mirra.
- possibility to choose the soundtrack that suits us: Sublime, Cypress Hill, Rancid, Social Distortion, Deftones, Pennywise, Dropkick Murphys, 59 Times the Pain, Primer 55 and Swingin Utters.
- a sophisticated camera that allows for a spectacular repetition of our feats
- more than 30 authentic sponsors in the game, among others: Slim Jim, Adidas, UGP, Maxxis, Pro-tec, Haro, as we move up the ranking lists we get new wealthier sponsors and new and better equipment.
- realistic system (Skeletal Dynamics System) simulating the crash and fall
- 12 different interactive environments in which the competition takes place, including San Jose Ramp Club, Dave Mirra's, Eastwood Ramp Park and Camp Woodward's
- all competitors have their own individual driving style, they can arrange their own route and watch it freely.
- an advanced system of learning that allows you to easily familiarize yourself with the secrets of many breakneck acrobatics (a total of about 1300)
- 10 different types of multiplayer games
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Game score 8.4 / 10 calculated out of 478 players' votes.
age requirements: everyone
PC / Windows
Recommended: Pentium II 300MHz, 64MB RAM, graphic card