Dave Mirra 2 freestyle bmx is the latest extreme sports game to hit the GBA
and allows gamers to ride as one of the world's top 12 bmx sporting champions.
No matter what pro you pick, gamers are guaranteed that each rider will play
differently. The reason for this unique aspect of the game is that each rider
has their own signature tricks that must be unlocked while playing this game.
Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist, Zach Shaw, Mike Laird, Kenan Harkin, Leigh Ramsdell,
Todd Lyons, Troy McMurray, Rick Moliterno, Tim Mirra, Scott Wirch and Colin
Mackay are just some of the BMX professionals who have allowed themselves to
be digitally recreated for this impressive title.
game contains a variety of gameplay options that include Proquest that gives
the player a variety of tasks that must be completed within a given time.
Similar to that of the Tony Hawk series, players must complete objectives such
as the spray can challenge, grind the bend and perform various high
scores in order for them to unlock the next section of the game.
single session mode lets gamers play on any of the tracks they have unlocked
and perform any of the challenges within a two minute time slot. Whereas
freeride allows you to ride and practice on any unlocked course. The game also
contains a great two player mode that allows you to compete against your
friends for the best score and adrenaline rush.
control system of the game is a little fiddly at the best of times and would
be must better with an analog stick instead of the clumsy gamepad
system. Although nothing major, it will take some time to master the control
system of the game. The B button is used to grind your bike, A is to jump with
your bike and using the gamepad will allow you pull off a variety of cool
Graphically, Dave Mirra 2 freestyle bmx is a extremely impressive looking
game. The menu systems can easily be navigated and contains real pictures of
the riders themselves with a short biography on their career. The riders
themselves are extremely well animated and detailed and the gaming
environments contain a fair amount of complexity and variety to ensure that gamers
don't get too bored.