The timing is strange, and the subject matter, a downhill mountain biking game, especially from a developer well known for its sense of depravity, destruction and, even violence, is well, a little off-putting. While not too realistic there is some sick downhill domination in this game. These are long, long courses. All this publication's reviews. What an awesome surprise - DD wasn't even on my radar, but it deftly mixes "Road Rash's" two-wheeled combat with "SSX's" long and crazy downhill drops to create one hell of a rush.
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Downhill Domination PS2 Review
Another major complaint I have about the control that bears mentioning is that the machinations one must go through to flip or spin are extremely annoying at best. Only one problem with spilt screen frame drops when you add bots. Pulling off tricks nets you points, which are eventually converted into cash that can be used to purchase basic bike upgrades, like frames, shocks, and wheels, or one of the game's dozen or so unlockable goodies. On the surface, there is little to compare. There isn't much wrong with Downhill Domination other then the fact that the source material doesn't make for a great video game in terms of length or replay value. The mountains are set in various parts of the globe and have been built around some unique features of the areas they are set in. You'll regularly travel in excess of 60mph in the game, and it definitely feels like it.