ATV: Quad Power Racing 2 is all about big tricks, big boots to the face and big finishes. It's arcade ATV racing like you always wanted it to be. ATV Quad Power Racing 2 combines 10 of the top pro riders in the world (including Dana Creech, Kory Ellis and Tim Farr) and 40+ real-life sponsors with the fast, edge of your seat, arcade gameplay the fans of the original know and love. Get ready to get injured. [Acclaim]
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There really couldnt have been much of a better way to start off the Xbox ATV collection than this game. It offers you hours and hours of constant gameplay that never seems to get old or repetitive. Once you beat it though, beware this game doesnt have too much depth after you unlock everything.
Biggest letdown: the lack of open worlds to roam and trick around in. [Mar 2003, p.51]
It has a good sense of speed and physics, and the tracks accentuate these qualities quite well. [Apr 2003, p.93]
Electronic Gaming Monthly
The control is a bit sloppy, but the tracks really improve as the game progresses. [Mar 2003, p.134]
If you own multiple consoles - although the game is solid across all three platforms - the Xbox game takes the prize, with eight competitors to the GC and PS2's six, along with a four-player mode compared to the other consoles' two. [Mar 2003, p.64]
Cheat Code Central
The trick system is easy to use, maybe too easy. There's not a lot of depth... Very straightforward in every respect and that's why I think it's perfect for a rental.
Official Xbox Magazine
The game behind the skimpy clothes fails to impress... The play balance is simply no fun. [Mar 2003, p.78]
Xbox Nation Magazine
No matter how easy it is to do, kicking someone off his four-wheeler never stops being satisfying. [Apr/May 2003, p.93]
Jugster Jam gave it a 7: