BMX XXX (Original Xbox) by Acclaim Entertainment

BMX  XXX (Xbox) by Acclaim Entertainment Box Art

Xbox 360 backwards Compatible

North Amercian Release Date: November 12, 2002.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Widescreen Supported (16:9): Yes
System Link Support: No

Average Overall Score:
5.87 / 10

The third installment of the Mirra BMX series brings a whole new flavor to extreme sports gaming. Acclaim touts it as the first mature rated extreme game and mature it is. Within it you'll find loads of adult humor, both in terms of language and situations."

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The first action sports video game to carry a mature rating from the Electronic Software Review Board (ESRB), BMX XXX will combine outrageous humor, the authenticity of BMX pop culture and the signature style of gameplay, which has captivated millions of gamers around the world.


Monday, December 13, 2004

Cheat Codes

      Unlock Roots Level: Enter UNDERGROUND at the cheat menu
      Unlock Dam Level: Enter THATDAMLEVEL at the cheat menu
      Unlock rampage Level: Enter IOWARULES at the cheat menu
      Unlock FINAL FMV: Enter DDUULRRLDRSQUARE at the cheat menu
      Unlock Rampage Skatepark FMV #2: Enter BURLESQUE at the cheat menu
      Unlock UGP Roots Jam FMV #2: Enter BOOTYCALL at the cheat menu
      Unlock Syracuse FMV #2: Enter MICHAELHUNT at the cheat menu
      Unlock Syracuse FMV #1: Enter FUZZYKITTY at the cheat menu
      Unlock Sheep hill FMV #2: Enter 69 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Sheep Hill FMV #1: Enter ONEDOLLAR at the cheat menu
      Unlock Bronx FMV #2: Enter STRIPTEASE at the cheat menu
      Unlock Bronx FMV #1: Enter LAPDANCE at the cheat menu
      Unlock Launch Pad 69 FMV #2: Enter PEACH at the cheat menu
      Unlock Launch Pad 69 FMV #1: Enter IFLINGPOO at the cheat menu
      Unlock Dam FMV: Enter Boing at the cheat menu
      Unlock Bonus FMV: Enter KEEPITDIRTY at the cheat menu
      Unlock Bonus FMV #1: Enter THISISBMXX at the cheat menu
      Unlock All gaps visible: Enter PARABOLIC at the cheat menu to display all gaps with big orange parabolas
      Unlock Guided ghost rides: Enter GHOSTCONTROL at the cheat menu.
      Unlock Night vision mode: Enter 3RD SOG at the cheat menu.
      Unlock Super crash mode: Enter HEAVYPETTING at the cheat menu
      Unlock Happy bunny mode: Enter FLUFFYBUNNY at the cheat menu.
      Unlock Green skin mode: Enter MAKEMEANGRY at the cheat menu to unlock the green skin in create a rider mode.
      Unlock Twan's bikes: Enter TWAN187 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Tripledub's bikes: Enter TRIPLEDUB922 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Mika's bikes: Enter MIKA362436 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Manuel's bikes: Enter MANUEL415 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Skeeter's bikes: Enter SKEETER666 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Rave's bikes: Enter RAVE10 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Nutter's bikes: Enter NUTTER290 at the cheat menu
      Unlock La'tey's bikes: Enter LATEY411 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Karma's bikes: Enter KARMA311 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Hellkitty's bikes: Enter HELLKITTY487 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Amish Boy's bikes: Enter AMISHBOY1699 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Amish Boy: Enter ELECTRICITYBAD at the cheat menu
      Unlock Joyride's bikes: Enter JOYRIDE18 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Itchi's bikes: Enter ITCHI594 at the cheat menu
      Unlock Las Vegas Level: Enter SHOWMETHEMONEY at the cheat menu
      Unlock Las Vegas FMV 2: Enter TASSLE at the cheat menu
      Unlock Stage Select: Enter MASS HYSTERIA at the cheat menu
      Unlock All Levels: Enter XXX RATED CHEAT at the cheat menu
      Unlock all movies: Enter CHAMPAGNE ROOM at the cheat menu
      Unlock ALL bikes: Enter 65 SWEET RIDES at the cheat menu

User Reviews

Score: 59
Overall User Average: 5.86 / 10 (58.7%)
Gameplay User Average: 5.79 / 10
Graphics User Average: 5.93 / 10
Sound User Average: 6.57 / 10
Date reviewed: December 13, 2003.

Overall: This is a humourable game for about 2 or 3 hours but then you notice the bad graphics and the bad gameplay.
Gameplay: Poor gameplay, not much of a story mode to complete and it gets boring after the firstb few hours. Not too impressive physics either.
Graphics: poor visuals, not much to the characters and not much to the levels either. Not very many good looking bikes, sure the women look hot, but its no good when you can see the pixels in them now is it.
Sound: Reallly bad sounds, corny voices and story mode really gets annoying. The music is bad and the gameplay sounds are bad, all bad really.

Overall: 60 %
Gameplay: 50 %
Graphics: 50 %
Sound: 40 %

Date reviewed: December 4, 2003.

Overall: >SEX< Thats like wowsers and some sweet tricks. But i have a girlfriend and this game reminded me more of a dirty whore on the side of the streets asking for little boys to use her services.Its just not right.
Gameplay: There was a couple of good tricks and a couple of good Dancers and thats about it i suggest want fun you probably have a better chance with your pillow then this game it sukz0rz up the pipe hole go it.
Graphics: Horrible graphics and even the video looked like a crappy camera was recording it. i suggest you might as well buy excite bike for the 64 now there was a fun game.
Sound: wait shhhhhhhh. do you hear that...
.... no you dont thats because its silence there was barly any ambience nor good music im sorry this game is horrible in every way.
Suggestions: Get a life make a tony hawk game.

Overall: 50 %
Gameplay: 50 %
Graphics: 30 %
Sound: 40 %

Date reviewed: November 10, 2003.

Overall: This game had its funny humor, but thats all it had going for it. The game was more playable for its unlockable scenes of nudity rather than for the fun of biking...Because quite frankly the biking wasnt oh too special.
Gameplay: It was fun actually to go out and do the things the map required you to do and doing sweet little tricks in the process, but if I really wanted to ride a bike and see some prostitutes...Id go outside on my huffy and ride around my block. Why make a biking game nasty?
Graphics: The visuals were great in my opinion, but unfortunately I might have to say that the unlockable visuals were more pleasing than those visuals of the game itself. I guess the developer's knew they were making a low quality game and had to back it up with nudity. Heck too bad they made us work for it.
Sound: The sounds were good. I liked a few of the tracks I heard and overall a good selection of sounds. Each environmental sound elicited that of a sound it should and the people and conversation were done. Whether done poorly or nice...they were done.
Suggestions: Don't do it again!

Overall: 50 %
Gameplay: 60 %
Graphics: 50 %
Sound: 50 %

Date reviewed: November 5, 2003.

Overall: Kind of sad that someone is getting their yayas off of something like this. The sick perverted humor makes me thinks of a bad Polly Shore movie. I want to play and watch both of them equally. Maybe I'll do both and take a bunch of pills too. Why would anyone buy a game like this. How perverse would you have to be.
Gameplay: What? See some fake looking @#$#% after playing the game forever!? Why in the name of everything holy would you put yourself through that!
Graphics: The graphics kind of suck. Theres a ton of jaggies. Come on people this is just sick. Really I don't understand this.
Sound: I doubt the kind of people playing this game are playing it for the sound. Sick freaks... Why!? It's all so wrong! I gave this a 1.5 just because I can't give it all ones!
Suggestions: I'm suprised anyone bought this game in the first place, but I suppose there are those out there... No I can't even except that. I refuse to! It's too wierd. Never make anything remotely close to this again!

Overall: 20 %
Gameplay: 20 %
Graphics: 20 %
Sound: 30 %

Date reviewed: November 5, 2003.

Overall: this is one of the sorriest games i've ever played....of course i played for the nudity but the bmx part left me lacking happiness
Gameplay: i meant bmx games are usually good and i like them a lot but the missions on this game are really repetitive but funny
Graphics: it looked good and i especially loved the unlockable visuals :))))
it was a good looking game that caught my eye
Sound: the sound was good the music really went with the bmx culture and plus the fact that it made the music i have on my soundtracs louder impressed me
Suggestions: dont mix the bmx with nudity just make a strip club sim

Overall: 40 %
Gameplay: 60 %
Graphics: 70 %
Sound: 70 %

Date reviewed: November 4, 2003.

Overall: Not just horrible but not great enough to play enough to see the "good stuff". If you like the Dave Mirra/Tony Hawk stuff its worth the 10-15 u can buy it for used, or prob even wait and it may soon be in the 5-7 Kabuki range.
Gameplay: The same feel as Dave Mirra/Tony Hawk I personally will love it when these games rid the dreadful find the gaps.
Graphics: Looks for the most part O.K is definitely not pushing the Xbox video limits but hey at least somewhere in there are pixilated boobie.
Sound: To me this maybe the best part I like the soundtrack they have come up and I believe you have the option of doing yo own stuff in there

Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 60 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: December 8, 2002.

Overall: I like this game. Sure, there was a lot of hype, so I can understand some of the disappointment many have. This game is not for kids, and this is precisely why I bought it. For once I wanted a game that wasn't so "correct" and this is it. OK, so the objects in this game are not well thought out, but the game is entertaining. I give it a 4... most games are not as fun as this, but of course there are a handful that are much better.
Gameplay: It takes a little while to get used to doing all the tricks. Maybe an hour or so until you really start having fun. Unfortuneately this is a game you absolutely must read the manual to learn how to play, and the manual isn't written that great. But it's all worth it when you see the cut-scenes of the girls from Scores.
Graphics: Ok... so it isn't Halo or Splinter Cell. But it's a BMX game, and personally I think the graphics are very well done. But having real video of the girls losing their clothes makes me give this a 4.5. Sorry BMX bashers!!
Sound: Nice soundtrack. Good sound effects. Nothing bad, nothing great. This is the type of game where you aren't playing to listen to sound effects anyway. We were all laughing too much to notice them anyway.
Suggestions: This game was cutting-edge in a lot of ways... bad language, hookers, pimps, strippers... I loved it! Hopefully others follow your lead. I go to Scores often and would love to have more of the girls dancing on my TV screen.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 70 %

Date reviewed: November 24, 2002.

Overall: Ok, so this game WAS over-hyped, but if you give it more than 2 to 5 hours to reveal it's finer points then you'll discover that it stands on it's own as a trick system game, plus you get a little T&A on the side. The number and variety of levels helps boost the replay value, as does the 20 different missions on each level. Overall, the appeal is much higher than other reviewers would have you believe. If in doubt, rent first (as always)
Gameplay: With over 2000 trick combinations and 20 missions (which unfold the story line per level) there's plenty to keep you occupied. The missions vary from quite easy to frustratingly impossible. For all those people who say that games are too easy nowadays and they wish they could find a game which challenged their thumb dexterity, here's your opportunity. If you play this game for 10 hours, then switch to another extreme sports trick-style game, you'll be surprised at how much better you're playing the other game, thanks to the trecherous training provided by BMX XXX.The only problem I have with the gameplay appeal will be listed in suggestions to developers.
Graphics: The graphics are mostly PORT-A-Kraptastic, with a little better texturing, but far from maximizing XBox potential. However, the sheer focus required to complete the level goals and pull off tricks blots out any recognition of just-ok graphics. I'm scoring this a 5.0 however (this is visual appeal afterall) because the movies of babes demands it. Acclaim took a big financial risk in putting this content out there. The content is mighty fine, and certainly deserves our support, especially if you want to see more of this sort of thing in the future.
Sound: I happen to like the sounds. I think they're matched well to the strip scenes, and there's plenty of options. The incidental sounds of the game (bike noises, etc.) are appropriate to the experience. For those having a problem with the sounds, USE THE CUSTOM SOUNDTRACK option. This should be a standard feature of every XBox title. Thankfully you'll find it here.
Suggestions: Well, it could have been much better, but with so many extreme sport games on the market, I can see how you needed to curb expenditures on a risky product. This aside, I am grateful that someone is putting out some more mature content for this console, and I'm going to support you with my $$$, even if the product failed to meet the hype. Now, this business about gameplay - You should have given us a short movie after EACH challenge completed on a level. The movies are way too short to be considered adequate rewards after long hours of mastering the two most difficult challenges. The movies for meeting the gap challenge and icon gathering challenges should have been 5 to 10 minutes each. The other challenge movies could remain at 30-60 seconds each. Also, the strip scenes, with the exception of bare breasts (which were grotesquely fake, defying physics with every gyration) were very tame. This game should have been called BMX PG-13. Overall it's a step in the right direction (making product for a more mature audience who has the $$$ for such pleasantries) However, we needed more flavour and duration in the T&A provided.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: November 23, 2002.

Overall: This is when a game goes wrong. BMX XXX is possibly one of the worst things I have seen this year. Instead of making a good game, the developers made a mediocre game with nudity so it could sell. Overall, we're left with a game that turns into real crap. Sound bad enough? It gets worse once you play it.
Gameplay: The gameplay is awful, simply put. It's a Dave Mirra game with nudity and cursing. Not only that, the gameplay seems outdated compared to the previous Mirra games. Strangely enough, this seems more like a step BACKWARD than forward.
Graphics: BMX XXX has many elements, and they were all poorly done. However, graphics are where the game instantly dies. The graphics are absolutely horrible in every way... textures are horrible, character models are disgusting... this game looks so bad it's not funny.
Sound: The soundtrack fits the game... not-special music for a not-special game. It's basically some cheap punk rock you hear anywhere on the radio. And the sounds of everything else are really cheesy.
Suggestions: Instead of making a terrible try for !&%$@#* appeal, make a game that's good quality. This game is truly awful. After playing this game, I never want to see any of your games anymore.

Overall: 20 %
Gameplay: 30 %
Graphics: 20 %
Sound: 40 %

Date reviewed: November 22, 2002.

Overall: Dave Mirra 2 was way better. Overall, its not a bad game, but they changed way too many things from DM2 and that made it a whole lot worse that it could have been.
Gameplay: Having to hold in the A button to actually go anowhere is annoying, and letting go of it makes you jump, sp you might find yourself jumping when you dont want to. The trick system is the same as Dave Mirra 2, but no Trick list to go by. The multiplayer totally sucks balls. Lets just say making a great game more like tony hawk will certainly not make it any better. Tony Hawk games suck. Split screen multiplayer in games like this is also a bad idea...and having 3 crap !&%$@#* multiplayer modes is a bad idea as well. And no Wipeout mode either!?!?!?
Graphics: Looks ok...had to be made for the PS2 as well, so thats why it looks like crao compared to some Xbox exclusive games.
Sound: Sound is good. No real way to explain it...sounds as good as any game should, but other games have better sound, so this gets a 4.0 only.
Suggestions: Instead of editing only 4 pre-made riders, have a create-a-rider mode where you actually create the rider...not just play dress-up. ADD WIPEOUT MODE! and while your adding that, add the old Dave Mirra 2 physics engine so the people done bounse around 30 times like a rubber rag doll. And get rid of that ugly-ass split screen and just make multiplayer more like Dave Mirra 2 and less and less like Tony Hawk games. Finally...does all this really matter, do the developers actually read this stuff? I think they shoul dif they want people to buy their games, and so they know not to make a shìtty game.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 80 %

Date reviewed: November 19, 2002.

Overall: If you like to mock your XBox and your own dignity then this is the game for you. If i were to write a 10 page essay on this game it would start like this... This game $ucks worse then any biking game before it...
Gameplay: Physics need work, Not as good as other biking games, boring to play, don't buy this game, don't even rent it.
Graphics: Bad, Horrible, Pathetic, Sad, Lame, Ugly, Nasty; the list goes on and on and on and on and on and on...
Sound: Nothing great nothing horrible, just there, the music is ok, there are alot of SFX. The one area that semi-saves this game.
Suggestions: Don't port your PS2 (rap to the XBox any more.

Overall: 30 %
Gameplay: 40 %
Graphics: 30 %
Sound: 50 %

Date reviewed: November 18, 2002.

Overall: Overall, this game hasn't lived up to expectations and hype. Many things that were promised by the developers have failed to show themselves and the game suffers because of this. A much better buy would be THPS4 or Agressive Inline, both feature better graphics, and Agressive Inline has better T&A.
Gameplay: Compared to the outstanding game Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4, this one is slow and difficult to control. The objectives don't focus so much on completing tricks and improving your game as much as riding from point A to point B as quickly as possible. All said, a difficult and slow gameplay that really takes away from the excitement expected in Extreme Sports games.
Graphics: Here's where the game was supposed to shine. Great visual effects, half to fully naked women, the ability to create your own personal 'hot chick' to ride around the levels. None of this appeared. Instead we're treated to PlayStation 1 graphics, a character creation that allows for little variation in body type (skinny - fat, male or female), and a series of overall animations that make me sick. The falling animation in particular is horrible, think barbie-doll body stiffness.
Sound: The only saving grace of this game. The sound follows traditional Extreme Sport games and gives you a great soundtrack to listen to. The in-game sounds aren't too bad either, blending seamlessly into the rest of the game.
Suggestions: Better graphics, a faster response in game, improved trick & scoring system, a better character creation system, better T&A, live up to fan expectations. In short, a better game.

Overall: 40 %
Gameplay: 30 %
Graphics: 30 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: November 18, 2002.

Overall: The game is really fun... It's Pretty much a carbon copy of Dave Mirra's BMX. I like the added touch of lude animations and funny scenarios. The XXX part just makes beating the levels that much more worth while. Overall the game was amazing just for the bmx'n but the XXX is the icing on the cake.
Gameplay: The gameplay is fantastic, very smooth and easy to do. It's got the same basic config of buttons as most extreme sport games. So it's an easy transition from TH4 or any similar games. Except I don't like the skids controle when using the digital pad, which works better for the arial tricks. Switching from analog to digital can get confusing at times.
Graphics: The graphics are amazing, just as most of these types. They haven't really pushed the envelope on this one. It doesn't really rival any other game out there, but it does meet the criteria. The best part of the visual, is more on the content of the visuals. mmmmm...T&A
Sound: The sounds are exactly what you'd expect from a bmx game. the sound track is good, but there seems to be a glitch in the randomness of it. Often I hear the same song play over after just minutes of play.
Suggestions: more video's avaible as you complete missions in a same level. I completed a number of the mini-quest intra-level, and I feel shafted at the number of rewards I've received. ...come on, gimme something that makes the repeatitiveness of a level worth while...

Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 80 %

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