Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2
Basic Information
Video Game
Z-Axis, Full Fat
Acclaim Max Sports
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance and Xbox
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European Union European Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
October 52001

Game Boy Advance
February 152002

March 142002

Game Boy Advance
May 32002
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
August 272001

November 182001

Game Boy Advance
November 252001

November 282001
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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 is the 2001 sequel to Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX. It was developed by Z-Axis and Full Fat. In the game there are thirteen BMX riders to choose from, there are also three hidden characters.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The game has several different modes you can play in.

Proquest[edit | edit source]

The first, and main mode is Proquest, a story mode. The player selects a character to portray, and then has several 3 minute runs to complete set goals (ranking from Beginner to Insane), such as grinding 50 meters down a grind bar or scoring 50,000 points in a single run. By completing these quests, the player earns respect points. After collecting enough respect points, they then unlock new areas and bikes. In each new area the set of goals is different. After earning enough points, the player will be invited to a competition, where they have to show their skills at biking by not only scoring high, but also by performing a variety of tricks, modifiers, spins, and grinds.

Session[edit | edit source]

In Session mode, players take part in 3 minute runs just as with Proquest mode, but without set goals.

Freeride[edit | edit source]

In Freeride, players take part in runs without any time limits.

Park Editor[edit | edit source]

The Park Editor is a fairly powerful feature of the game that allows the user to create their own Bikepark to ride in the Session, Multiplayer and Freeride game modes. The player can then save the park and ride it. Players cannot, however, create goals like the ones featured in Proquest.

Multi-player[edit | edit source]

Two people can play different game types in this mode, on any level unlocked or created.