Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2
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|Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2|
PAL region cover art
|[[Rainbow Studios]][[Category:Rainbow Studios]]|
Nintendo optical disc
|PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox and Game Boy Advance|
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Mat Hoffman Pro BMX 2 is the sequel to Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX. It was made available for the Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox. It was part of Activision's short-lived O2 line of extreme sports games.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The gameplay from this game is the basic game structure carried over from Activision's Tony Hawk series of video games.
Game modes[edit | edit source]
Road Trip[edit | edit source]
In this mode the player has to complete different tasks (such as getting a high score) in an attempt to earn points to advance to the next level
Single Session[edit | edit source]
Like the previous game, the player chooses a BMX rider, an available bike, an available level, and ride for one to five minutes in an attempt to set a high score.
Free Ride[edit | edit source]
Free Ride is similar to the Single Session mode; the player chooses a BMX rider, an available bike, an available level. There is no time limit; the player can ride around as long as they want, finding gaps, secret areas, or simply practice.
Multi-player modes[edit | edit source]
The game also features several multi-player modes including Tag, Horse, Push and Graffiti.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Mat Hoffman
- Mike Escamilla
- Cory Nastazio
- Joe Kowalski
- Rick Thorne
- Kevin Robinson
- Simon Tabron
- Seth Kimbrough
- Nate Wessel
- Ruben Alcantara
Hidden characters[edit | edit source]
- Day Smith