Maximum Remix adds new frills, in fact quite a lot of them -- new levels, new music, new tricks, and new stat-tracking categories -- but it doesn't change anything about the game on a fundamental level.
Exactly a remix. We are scoring the game the same as the new additions do not change the game's overall appeal. Both titles are equally well done but of course if you never played the first, then skip it and hit this one up.
If you liked the first one and are bored its levels, this game is perfect for you. If you never got a chance to play the first one and want a solid trick-based game for the PSX this, too, is a great choice.
Maximum Remix jacks up the engine and slides a smattering of new levels and challenges in, but the ugly graphical glitches and continuingly laughable physics overshadow any of the other improvements made to the game.