NEWS - Friday, June 28, 2002
Mat Hoffmans Pro...Soundtrack?ACTIVISION ROCKS GAMERS WITH IMMERSIVE SOUNDTRACK FOR MAT HOFFMAN’S PRO BMX™ 2 Santa Monica, CA -- June 28, 2002 -- Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) is setting the stage for high-flying action in Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX™ 2 with a soundtrack that features an eclectic mix of old school rap, punk, funk, rock, and electronica. Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX 2 will be available for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, Xbox™ video game system from Microsoft, Nintendo GameCube™ and Game Boy® Advance this summer, and will feature the following artists and tracks: N.E.R.D. – “Rock Star” Fugazi – “Guilford Fall” Suicidal Tendencies – “Institutionalized” LL Cool J – “Rock the Bells” Iggy Pop – “The Passenger” Eric B. & Rakim – “Juice (Know the Ledge)” Ice T– “Reckless” Crazy Town – “Toxic” Bad Brains – “I against I” Dub Pistols – “Official Chemical” Gang of Four – “Damaged Goods” Digital Assassins – “Return of the Living Bassheads (Somethin Really Bad)” Swollen Members – “Fuel Injected” MC Cool Rock – “Boot the Booty” Spoon – “Take a Walk” Bombfunk MC’s – “Freestyler” Secret Hate – “Kevsadic” Jazzhole – “Forward Motion” Dislocated Styles – “Unified” Bad Ronald – “All a Dream” Featuring flatland tricks for the first time in a BMX video game, Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX 2 drops players into eight enormous free-roaming, fully populated levels where they can perform thousands of tricks. There are multiple modes of play to experience: Road Trip, Single Session, and Free Ride, and a slew of multi-player games including the new Half-Pipe Hell and Treasure Hunt. The innovative Trick Tweaking feature lets gamers pull manuals, wall rides, tire-taps, grinds, and air tricks that can be “morphed” to create unique tricks on the fly while playing as Mat Hoffman himself, or one of ten other pros. Players can also build their own BMX course using the next generation Park Editor. Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX 2 for Xbox includes an additional level and rider and will support user ripped sound tracks.