Conclusion: ATV Quad Power Racing 2 is a surprisingly enjoyable game which stands out from the crowd when compared with some of Acclaim's other "extreme sports" titles. There is however a question over how long you'll get out of ATV2 once you've completed all of the tracks and race modes, but until you reach that point it's got everything you need to keep you coming back for more.
Excerpt: It was the best of games, it was the worst of games. Well, okay - it wasn't really quite either. The back of the box proclaims (acclaims?) that ATV Quad Power Racing 2 provides 'Big Air, Big Tricks, BIG FUN!'. It doesn't say 'perfect graphics'... and there's a reason. ATV 2 is a 3D racing game, with a few different 3rd-person views to choose from, and usually the graphics are pretty good.
Excerpt: Quad Power 2 is essentially a racing game and an extreme sports game mixed in one. All of the basics are covered: you've got your general career mode (take a created rider through a series of increasingly difficult races, earning new bikes and bettering your rider's skill ratings), you've got your very basic trick system (press a direction and a button to pull of a trick, combine multiple tricks for multiplier), your typical "no rules" atmosphere, and the obligatory...
Excerpt: ATV: Quad Power Racing 2 (will be referred to as Quad Racing 2) is the newest entry into the 4-wheel ATV off road racing genre of games for the Playstation 2. Acclaim and developer Climax are hoping to dethrone Sony’s entry ATV Offroad Fury 2 as the current top ATV racer for the PS2.