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Old 01-26-06, 04:55 PM   #1
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has any one played dave mirra bmx game
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Old 01-26-06, 04:58 PM   #2
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Yes. It's prety fun. Better than Matt Hoffman I think, just because they have more tricks you can do. Don't get me wrong, Matt Hoffman is a good game too, they have some super cool street levels.
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I used to have the first one for PC and the second one for PS2. Those were some good games. I should get them again.
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matt hoffman game > dave mirra game
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Old 01-26-06, 10:56 PM   #5
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matt hoffman game > dave mirra game
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No way. The graphics might have been better, but the trick system in Mirra (although flawed) is much better. On the other hand, though, the only good levels in either of the Mirra games were the Woodward ones, and the only good one in Hoffman was Hoffman's warehouse.
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That one street level was fun to mess around with in Matt Hoffman. Street I think is funner when it coems to games just because there is the obvious things to do, then there are the huge gaps and other cool things you have to look for to find.
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Oh yeah, Hoffmans game is prety cool too because you get to see the vid clips every tiem you beat a level, which is prety cool.
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