Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

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Tony Hawk proved the skating games can work to great effect. Now Dave Mirra is here to prove that BMX is here to stay, thanks to the developers at Z-Axis.

Choose from all of the current crop of BMX champs, including 10 times world champion Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist, Joey Garcia, Shaun Butler & heaps more, and ride your way through 12 highly detailed environments, with vert ramps, huge jumps and track racing. Multiplayer gaming is also thrown in, allowing two players to go head-to-head in a game of B-M-X (a unique variation of the HORSE basketball game).

All this plus official sponsors clothing, bikes and advertising boards plus a huge soundtrack featuring Cypress Hill, Deftones and more.

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Average score: 73% (based on 30 ratings)


Average score: 3.7 out of 5 (based on 23 ratings with 1 reviews)

Single player is good, but 2 player... poor.

The Good
The unique things that I like this game for is the good gameplay that allows you to make a good trick variety due to the trick modifier so you can pull harder tricks. The graphics are good for a 32-bit game; you can choose different outfits for your rider, you stop grinding instead of bail when your rider lose balance and the funny side is when you complete challenges and medals to unlock bikes and outfits in the proquest mode with challenging ones; better than Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX.

The Bad
It would have been good for me if this game has the 2 player simultaneous games, it didn't have that, instead it has the 2 alternate player games, this isn't good; there are only four challenges (with three different difficulty levels) in the proquest mode and some riders have more cheats than ending movies, these are the bad-side reasons that make the game poor.

The Bottom Line
If you want to play something more funny than Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX for a single player, I recommend you this game; but if you wanna play with a friend, I recommend another game better than this.

PlayStation · by Zaibatsu (19884) · 2019



The PlayStation game engine descended from Thrasher Presents: Skate and Destroy, which is descended from the unpublished Rollerball.


Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX: Maximum Remix is an expanded re-release.

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Game added by Kartanym.

PlayStation, Dreamcast added by Adam Baratz.

Additional contributors: Epu, DreinIX, Patrick Bregger.

Game added December 29th, 2000. Last modified August 4th, 2023.