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Dave Mirra BMX Challenge

Platform(s): PSP, Wii
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Crave Entertainment

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'Dave Mirra BMX Challenge' (PSP) Gets European Release Date

by Rainier on Dec. 7, 2006 @ 10:01 a.m. PST

Dave Mirra BMX Challenge for the Wii, 12 different environments and 13 bikes to choose from. Each unique environment includes two race paths, and can be played in race or trick-oriented modes. Player characters are customizable, and BMX legend Dave is the featured rider. Dave Mirra BMX Challenge for Wii TM will feature several control options utilizing the unique Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers.

Dave Mirra is one of the most recognized action sports athlete in the world, which he shares with the likes of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods. He currently holds more Gold Medals then any other competitor in the history of X Games. Dave has “placed” in more then 50 action/extreme sports competition.

Dave Mirra BMX Challenge brings all the big air and sick tricks you would expect from a high profile extreme action title. Players will be challenged to racing and trick competitions to prove their skill on the ground as well as above it.

Sophisticated bike and rider physics give the game realistic responses, letting players feel every hill, snap every trick, and squeeze every bit of speed out of each rider. Lose form, and feel those same physics drive you mercilessly into the ground.

Kiss the sky or the concrete…it’s up to you!

Oxygen Games CEO, Jim Scott declared; “We are delighted to be releasing Dave Mirra for PSP. This is a great franchise and the first action BMX title to the PSP format”

Features :

  • BMX Legend Dave Mirra as the featured rider
  • 17 Levels with 9 different environments
  • Customizable player characters
  • 9 Bikes to choose from
  • Up to 4 player ad hoc wireless play

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