Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Rated /5

Get biking !! Released in 2000 featuring Dave Mirra and other professional BMX riders.
Following in the footsteps of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series, the player holds the assigned Jump button in preparation of performing a trick, and releases it to jump. When in the air, ‘Big Air’ tricks can be performed that can also be ‘modified’ with the aid of the modifier button, or the Big Air button again (modifiers themselves can also be modified).
For example, the player jumps from a ramp, and performs a Superman (Big Air trick). Pressing the combination for a No Hander (Modifier trick) immediately after will modify the trick into a No Hander Superman. The same applies for Modifier + Modifier and Big Air + Big Air. This adds more replayability to the game as many different combinations can be performed and discovered, although it also adds a slight element of unrealism as some combinations would not be physically possible to perform outside of the game (and as such can look rather awkward). The game also features slightly exaggerated ragdoll physics that are primarily for use in the ‘Wipeout’ multiplayer game mode.
There are a total of four game modes. The first six levels are all ‘challenge-based’. The player must complete specific goals in order to advance to the next. The six, and final levels are ‘competition-based’ levels, where the player is judged on their performance in a number of timed runs.

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