Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Publisher: Acclaim Max Sports
Developer:
Peripherals supported: Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Sports

















Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
US
$39.9939.99[2] T-8120N
ESRB: Everyone
Sega Dreamcast
EU
(White Label)
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
DE
T-8120D-18
USK: 0
Sega Dreamcast
ES
T-8120D-06
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
UK
£39.9939.99[4][5] T-8120D-05
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
IT
T-8120D-13
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
FR/NL
T-8120D-59
SELL: Tous Publics

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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.

History

Legacy

It was followed by a sequel, Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2, released for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox and Game Boy Advance in 2001, as well as an expanded version of this game, under the subtitle Maximum Remix, released the same year only for the PlayStation. A third game was released for Game Boy Advance in 2002, alongside the infamous BMX XXX, which originally started life as a Mirra game.

Magazine articles

Main article: Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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Print advert in Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #134: "September 2000" (2000-08-08)
also published in:
  • GamePro (US) #145: "October 2000" (2000-xx-xx)[6]
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Print advert in MAN!AC (DE) #2000-11: "11/2000" (2000-10-04)
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Print advert in Hyper (AU) #87: "January 2001" (2000-11-22)

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
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Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
576 Konzol (HU)
80
[7]
Consoles + (FR) PAL
87
[8]
Dreamcast Monthly (UK) PAL
70
[9]
DC-UK (UK) PAL
50
[5]
Dreamcast Magazine (UK)
74
[10]
Entsiklopediya igr dlya Dreamcast (RU)
83
[11]
GamePro (US) NTSC-U
60
[12]
Gamers' Republic (US) NTSC-U
58
[13]
MAN!AC (DE) PAL
79
[14]
Neo Plus (PL)
60
[15]
Next Generation (US)
50
[16]
Official Dreamcast Magazine (UK) PAL
40
[4]
Official Dreamcast Magazine (US) NTSC-U
80
[2]
Video Games (DE) PAL
81
[17]
Sega Dreamcast
68
Based on
14 reviews

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Dreamcast, US
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Cover
DMFBMX dc us manual.pdf
Manual
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Inlay
Dreamcast, UK
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, EU (White Label)
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, DE
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, FR/NL
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, ES
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, IT
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Cover
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Disc

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
2000-11-02 GD-R Page
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
2000-10-16 GD-R Page
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
2000-09-20 GD-R Page
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
2000-09-07 GD-R Page


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