Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX is an extreme sports game for the Sega Dreamcast, developed by Z-Axis and released in 2000 by Acclaim Entertainment alongside PlayStation and PC versions under their Acclaim Max Sports label. As the name indicates, it’s sponsored by (and features) the late BMX rider Dave Mirra. It follows in the footsteps of Activision’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series, but with BMX bikes instead. Like other games of its type, the game sees players control one of a selection of real-life BMX riders through open-ended levels accomplishing various objectives to progress.
This game offers you to play as one of the ten champions of the risky discipline of BMX. Go riding in the twelve environments offered and try incredible tricks, on a musical background of Cypress Hill and other Deftones.
– 1-2 players.
– 1300 figures (not including combos).
– 12 maps.
– 10 BMX riders.
– 5 outfits.
– 4 BMX bikes.
– Musics composed by 10 different musics groups.
100 copies of this game available on our site. There will be no restocking.
Manual in italian and back box cover in italian and spanish.
(The game is sold new and in shrink wrap original – Official SEGA game)
The game box PAL blue contains:
– A manual
– The game CD