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'MX Superfly' Flies Into Stores

by Rainier on June 27, 2002 @ 11:36 p.m. PDT

THQ today announced the release of MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael for Nintendo GameCube. Developed by THQ subsidiary Pacific Coast Power & Light Co., the latest installment in the successful franchise features expanded career modes, mini-games, top-notch pros, unbelievable stunts and the first ever freestyle track editor. MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael is now available at major retail outlets nationwide for GameCube and the PS2.
About MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael

MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael boasts several new features, including an enhanced freestyle mode with all new tricks, expansive environments and wide-open worlds for gamers to explore. Expanded career modes allow riders to earn cash and upgrade their bikes and equipment in both racing and freestyle modes. MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael also features 11 mini-games, such as "Pizza Delivery", "Golf" and "Target Jumping". A powerful freestyle stunt track editor allows players to create and design the ultimate motocross course. Numerous hidden characters and bikes add to the mix including rock-rap superstar and motocross enthusiast Vanilla Ice. Visual enhancements include new particle effects, reflection mapping and dirt accumulation on riders creating one of the most realistic looking motocross games to date. Players will reap the rewards of racing through an entire season of pulse pounding motocross action while ESPN commentators Cameron Steele and Davey Coombs join in for all the fun.

MX Superfly featuring Ricky Carmichael will also be available for the Xbox in the fall.

About Ricky Carmichael

In 1998, Ricky Carmichael was the first rider in history to win every race in the 125cc Supercross Series, winning the Eastern Regional title and the East-West Shoot-Out in Las Vegas. Since turning professional in 1996, Carmichael has eight National Championships to his credit. Carmichael this past season clinched both the 250cc class Outdoor National title and 2002 Supercross Series Championship.

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