Dave Mirra BMX, June!
Crave entertainment has announced that they will be releasing Dave Mirra for the Wii this coming June.
“Dave Mirra BMX Challenge will be the first BMX game for Wii,” said Jim Flaharty, senior vice president of Crave Studios. “The immersive Wii controls combined with the thrill of BMX racing will make Dave Mirra BMX Challenge a real treat for action sports fans.”
Newport Beach, Calif.— Mar 13, 2007 Crave Entertainment, a leading publisher of console videogames, today announced Dave Mirra BMX Challenge for WiiTM.
The Dave Mirra video game franchise has sold more than 2 million units across all platforms, and the latest installment is sure to please fans with its arcade-like feel and diverse play. Dave Mirra BMX Challenge for the WiiTM video game system features, 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 WiiTM Remote and Nunchuk controllers.
“Dave Mirra BMX Challenge will be the first BMX game for WiiTM,” said Jim Flaharty, senior vice president of Crave Studios. “The immersive WiiTM controls combined with the thrill of BMX racing will make Dave Mirra BMX Challenge a real treat for action sports fans.”
Dave Mirra is listed as one of the most recognizable names in sports today, an honor he shares with the likes of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods. He currently holds more Gold Medals than any other competitor in the history of the X Games. Dave has “placed” in more than 50 action sports competitions, such as “Action Sports Athlete of the Year” at the 2005 ESPYs, and a gold medal in Bike Park at the 2005 X Games.
Dave Mirra BMX Challenge for the WiiTM will be available June 2007 at a price point of $29.99, and is currently available for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system.
March 13, 2007
Woohoo! Dave Mirra was my favorite game for the Dreamcast. I can’t wait to see the Wii version!