Summary: this was a very fun game back in the day. trying to play it now reminds me how difficult the game mechanics were. its very hard to be GREAT at this game but that doesnt keep it from being fun. much better than the first game in this series.
Summary: I love this game and always have. I'm falling away from contemporary gaming and falling back a few generations because I feel the game play is better. I don't care much for graphics. The game arrived here just as expected, working great, and I've had no problems with it.. aside from being rusty! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys Tony Hawk Pro Skater type game play, or just enjoys biking games in general.
Summary: Yes, I am biased from my childhood but this game is seriously awesome. If you ever wanted to pull back flips and 360s on a trick bike but didn't want to break your skull open, here's your chance! Great soundtrack as well, Sublime, RATM, Blue Oyster Cult, Ozzie, and much more. Buyer Beware: You may become a DM2 addicted.
Summary: Let me start by saying, this game is solid on all levels, from playability, controls, fun, soundtrack, replayability, etc... Now the thing that stood out to me and my friends alike, were the bailouts. It makes me laugh every single time when your 20 ft in the air in mid flip and you bail and your guy just goes sompletly limp as if he were dead.
Summary: I ordered this game because I love B.M.X freestyle! You can choose many different things to do with parks that YOU get to create! Choose from over 10 different Pro B.M.X champs and pull off some of the sickest tricks you can imagine. I got this for my Birthday, and let me tell you that turning 28 hasn't stopped me from wanting to grind a rail, pull off some sick park tricks ..or get mad air when hitting the half-pipes in a one on one against Matt Hoffman?