Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 - GBA

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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 (GBA)
Viewed: 2D Isometric, Scrolling Genre:
Sport: Cycling
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Full Fat Soft. Co.: Acclaim
Publishers: Acclaim (GB)
Released: 6 Dec 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Connectivity: Link Cable


Racing ahead of its bigger console brothers, Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 revisits the isometric biking grounds as players strive for bigger air and sicker scores than ever before.

Now known as the King of BMX, legend Dave Mirra has joined close rivals Ryan Nyquist, Colin McKay and Mike Laird for a two-wheeled trick-em-up across 11 huge levels, teeming with ramps and rails for your acrobatic pleasures.

Unsurprisingly, your goal within each of the environments, ranging from oil tankers to airports, is to accumulate the biggest score possible within a set time. It's a formula typical to most extreme sports games, but one that works extremely well and that motivates players to master the ins and outs of combining tricks and earning multipliers. It also opens for the door to one of the most competitive multi-player games to exist, and it's all in the palm of your hand.

There are a remarkable 1,000 tricks to learn, all of which can be pulled off through a combination of d-pad movements and button presses. This amazing level of variety gives players to freedom to score big in any way they want, and hardcore players can spend months mixing combos in an attempt to beat previous high scores set by friends.

With infinitely playable game design, Dave Mirra BMX 3 is everything Dave Mirra BMX 2 was and more.