Chris Edwards: Aggressive Inline offers intense action via the new action button for all your skitching, pole grabbing, vaulting, and other tricks. There are nine huge levels offering tons of rails, ramps, pipes, and surprises. The game also includes 30 to 60 objectives and 10 to 15 cinematic events per level. Environments are dynamic and deeply interactive. For example, if you skate off the Atlas statue, the massive globe rolls into the street and smashes two buses that then form a half-pipe. There is an integrated Park Editor within main game levels that allows players to build terrain in order to accomplish objectives. Over-the-top tricks include hand grinds, six types of manuals, grind transitions, double leg grinds, assorted air tricks, wall taps, stalls, wall flips, and hand plants. Aggressive Inline also features insane, lightning-quick, split-screen multiplayer games.
- The makers of Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX present the first in-line skating game for the next-generation PS2 console
- Features Chris Edwards, the founding father of in-line skating, and Taig Khris, 2001 X-Games Champ
- Ten to fifteen cinematic events per level keep the action at an aggressive pace