Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX - Dreamcast

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Also for: PC, PlayStation, Game Boy Color
Viewed: 3D Third-person, over the shoulder Genre:
Sport: Cycling
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Z-Axis Soft. Co.: Z-Axis
Publishers: Acclaim (GB)
Released: 12 Jan 2001 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Accessories: Visual Memory Card, VGA Compatible


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World Famous BMX superstar Dave Mirra is now on the Dreamcast in the best looking version of the series so far. Now all you have to do is prove yourself as the best rider in the land, are you up to the challenge?

Different levels have different objectives to complete but they will be explained in detail as you enter the level. You are often judged on your performance against other riders so aim for big tricks, complicated combinations and try not to land upside down. Amateur challenges are the easiest to complete and you can attempt any level several times to finish as much of it as you like. It is possible to complete the game without doing the hardcore challenges, but it is worthwhile that you do because new bikes are you reward.

There are over 1,300 different tricks in Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX for you to perform. Don’t worry about committing all of these to memory because once you understand the control method it’s easy to experiment and find tricks that suit your riding style.

With over twelve courses featuring solid graphics and plenty of challenging gameplay to contend with, Dave Mirra is top BMX game.