Generally favorable reviews - based on 16 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 16
  2. Negative: 0 out of 16
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  1. Official Xbox Magazine
    Multiplayer is a highlight, and it works incredibly well. [Nov 2002, p.132]
  2. This game has very few flaws with the exception of the controls.
  3. 81
    There's absolutely no reason to give it a pass because you were diappointed in the first Mat Hoffman, because the two games have nothing besides the name in common.
  4. Although the controls are responsive, they’re far from easy to learn (even harder to master), especially if you’re just getting into the pool of extreme sports.
  5. If not for the tough level progression we might have been talking about this game in a completely different (and much happier) light.
  6. 80
    Definitely follows the standard formula, bolstered by some nice additions. Then again, it’s an enjoyable formula that works—so no problem.
  7. There are plenty of challenges, huge playing environments and highflying tricks to give extreme sports gamers their money’s worth, but there are also a few flaws that can’t be ignored.
  8. Apart from having cool flatland tricks and an interesting road-trip theme, Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2 is rather stale.
  9. The XBox game looks a little better and has the obligatory extra rider and level, but it lacks the use of home made soundtracks, which is a bummer.

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