Reviews and Problems with Dave Mirra BMX Challenge
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Dave Mirra BMX Challenge
10 December 2007
Excerpt: Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX for the PlayStation One was an all around solid game. Gamers were set to roam free in order to complete a list of objectives at areas ranging from Mirra’s backyard to professional arenas, and although the game bared striking resemblances to the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series...
Summary: Living in the world of Dave Mirra BMX Challenge would be a blast. Bicycles are the only source of transportation. Every place you go--from schoolyards to shipyards--seems specially designed to make the most of your hobby. The laws of physics are enforced only on a case-by-case basis.
Pros: More challenging than the PSP game
Cons: Ugly graphics have barely improved from the handheld version, Poorly implemented physics, Ridiculous track design
Conclusion: Sure, BMX Challenge delivers a dose of what it promises, but it's challenging in all the wrong ways. Players have seen some good games in the Dave Mirra series. It's just too bad this is not one of them.
Excerpt: Dave Mirra est au BMX ce que Tony Hawk est au skateboard. Les deux séries issues de ces univers de haute voltige entretiennent des liens très étroits, ce n'est pas nouveau. Mais si l'un s'en sort toujours plus ou moins bien sur sa planche à roulettes, l'autre, sur son bicross, rame encore loin...