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                               *-* ATV Offroad Fury 2 *-*
                                *-* Walkthrough/FAQ *-*
                                  *-* Version 1.0 *-*
                                 *-* May 30, 2005 *-*
                           *-* mharbenedict11@yahoo.com *-*
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    This FAQ/guide is legally named after my name, Mhar Benedict. This FAQ is a 
    2005(c) to Mhar Benedict. Most of the information you will see from this FAQ 
    was came from the official instruction manual of the game packed with the game.
    Other information is basically from my experience in the game.
    
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    This FAQ uses a coding system that will be a big help to readers and players  
    who will read my guide. Press ctrl+F to perform the find tool, type or copy &
    paste the code of the section you desire to read, press enter to go directly   
    to the section you want.
    
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    1. Table of Contents                                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s1
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    1. Table of Contents                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s1
    
    2. Update History                   . . . ATVOrF2_f_s2
    
    3. Game Introduction                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s3
    
    4. Game Controls                    . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4
     4.1. Menu Controls                 . . . ATV0rF2_f_s4.1
     4.2. Basic ATV Controls            . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.2
     4.3. Stunt Controls                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.3
     4.4. Camera Controls               . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.4
     4.5. Waypoint Editor Controls      . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.5
    
    5. The Game Screen                  . . . ATVOrF2_f_s5
    
    6. Game Menus                       . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6
     6.1. Main Menu                     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6.1
     6.2. Pause Menu                    . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6.2
    
    7. Driving the ATV                  . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7
     7.1. Balancing the ATV             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.1
     7.2. Preloading the Suspension     
          for Jumps                     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.2
     7.3. Busting Stunts                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.3
     7.4. Combos                        . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.4
    
    8. Game Competitions                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8
     8.1. Single Player Competitions    . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.1
     8.2. Multiplayer Competitions      . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.2
     8.3. Online Competitions           . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.3
    
    9. The Race Prep, Freestyle Prep,
       and Game Screens                 . . . ATVOrF2_f_s9
    
    10. Event Types                     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s10
    
    11. Race and Freestyle Modes        . . . ATVOrF2_f_s11
    
    12. The ATV/Rider Select Screen     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s12
    
    13. Result Screens                  . . . ATVOrF2_f_s13
    
    14. In The Game Profile             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s14
     14.1. The Profile Editor           . . . ATVOrF2_f_s14.1
     14.2. Profile Points               . . . ATVOrF2_f_s14.2
    
    15. Competing in the Championships  . . . ATVOrF2_f_s15
    
    16. Mini Games                      . . . ATVOrF2_f_s16
    
    17. The Waypoint Editor             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s17
    
    18. The ATVs                        . . . ATVOrF2_f_s18
    
    19. Soundtrack                      . . . ATVOrF2_f_s19
    
    20. Frequently Asked Questions/FAQs . . . ATVOrF2_f_s20
    
    21. Cheats Codes, Unlockables and   
        Secrets                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s21
    
    22. Legal/Copyright Information     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s22
    
    23. Credits                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s23
    
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    2. Update History                                            . . . ATVOrF2_f_s2
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    + May 30, 2005  05/30/2005 +
    Started the FAQ.
    
    + June 2, 2005  06/02/2005 +
    Add all things. It will be finish soon before the school comes in again...
    
    + June 12, 2005  06/12/2005 +
    Added some people and other things in the credit section. Added some codes and 
    secrets in the game.
    
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    3. Game Introduction                                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s3
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    Game Name       : ATV Offroad Fury 2
    Game Platform   : Playstation 2
    Game Version    : NTSC U/C
    Game Publishers : Rainbow Studios, BOMBARDIER, K Kawasaki, HONDA
    Game Ratings    : Everyone (tm)E, Mild Lyrics
    Memory Card     : 400 KB
    Online          : Yes (Ethernet Broadband and Analog Modem Dial-Up required)
    i-Link          : Yes
    Dual Shock      : Yes
    Game Players    : 1-2
    Multiplayer     : Yes, Network Adaptor (Online) 1-4 players
                           Multitap (for PS2, Offline) 1-4 players
    Game Preview    : 
    
    Quick: 
    Roar offroad and take on thick woods, icy tundra, rocky hillsides and deep 
    rivers in 40 massive environments.
    
    Rip it up on 20+ authentic ATVs through Nationals, Supercross, Freestyle Stunt 
    and Enduro courses as well as Mini Games!
    
    Insanely competitive racing with up to 4 players on a single console or online.
    
    Tear up the terrain with an all-new rockin' soundtrack, including songs from
    Garbage, Korn, Filter, Cypress Hill, Alien Ant Farm and System of a Down.
    
    Long:
    TAKE THE FURY 2 THE MAX!
    
    Get a tank full of ATV reality from punishing Enduro treks, extreme freestyle 
    stunt face-offs and glory-fueled Supercross showdowns. Roam endless integrated
    environments loaded with trails, killer stunt hills and secret out of the way 
    tracks. The competition is endless with 14 championships in both Amateur and 
    Pro events.
    
    Battle the elements as dirt and mud builds up on you and your machine. Slog 
    through streams, slide through snow-slicked turns or saw your way through dense
    forest to get back in the race. Want to get even closer to nature? Lose it on a
    hard turn and kiss a tree after going huge over your handlebars.
    
    Show some stuntman stardom pulling incredible trick combos off moguls and ramps
    in a packed stadium or blast off wilderness mountaintops. If serious 
    competition is wearing you out; lighten up with mini-games that add furious ATV
    horsepower to Tag, Hockey, King of Hills, and Treasure Hunt.
    
    Clash with other riders going for the holeshot on one of more than 20 new 
    machines including top sponsored team rigs. Each bike rides to real-world specs
    responding to weather and terrain  and you can tweak the performance on every
    one.
    
    To make sure that every record breaking lap or incredible stunt combo goes down
    the history, a player profile tracks every event as you rack up points to 
    unlock new ATVs, rider equipment, track, and games.
    
    Multiplayer competition gets intense for up to four players including multitap
    and I-link play. Or get wired for worldwide online competition and compete for 
    international dominance.
    
    Dominate impossible wilderness, thrill thousands of cheering fans or just trash
    for fun of it. Ignite the fury!
    
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    4. Game Controls                                             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4
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    Note that the controls of the game use both d-pad and analog stick. 
    
    ^ = Up
    V = Down
    < = Left
    > = Right
    
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    4.1. Menu Controls                                         . . . ATV0rF2_f_s4.1
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    Note: Analog stick was disabled here.
    
    Directional button ^/v                : select menu item
    Directional button </>                : change menu option
    X button                              : confirm selection
    Triangle button                       : back to previous screen
    START                                 : pause game
    X + ^/v/</>                           : edit/exit ATV stats on ATV/Rider select
                                            screen/exit rider name/number on ATV
    
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    4.2. Basic ATV Controls                                    . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.2
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    Note: The ATV controls below are shown using the left analog stick. The 
    directional buttons can be used in place of the left analog stick to control 
    the ATV and perform stunts.
    
    Left analog stick </>                  : steer
    X button                               : accelerate
    Square button                          : brake
    X + square                             : reverse
    Left analog stick ^                    : lean forward
    Left analog stick v                    : lean back
    Left analog stick v at base of jump,   : preload (jumping only)
     then quickly snap left analog stick ^
     just before peak of jump
    Left analog stick </>                  : cross-up (airborne only)
    Left analog stick v + X button         : wheelie
    L1 + R1                                : reset (Practice mode only)
    
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    4.3. Stunt Controls                                        . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.3
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    Note: Look at the Driving the ATV section for more details about stunts. These
    stunts can only be executed when you're in air and after the jump. The higher  
    the distance of yourself from the ground, the more and greater stunts you can
    perform.
    
    The D-pad can replace the left analog stick in performing the stunts.
    
    Nac Nac                 : circle + left analog stick ^
    No Footed Can Can       : circle + left analog stick v
    Suicide No Hander       : circle + left analog stick <
    Bar Hop                 : circle + left analog stick >
    Heel Clicker            : triangle + left analog stick ^
    Cliff Hanger            : triangle + left analog stick v
    Nothing                 : triangle + left analog stick <
    Point Back              : triangle + left analog stick >
    Cat Nac                 : circle + triangle + left analog stick ^
    Cordova                 : circle + triangle + left analog stick v
    Scorpion                : circle + triangle + left analog stick <
    Double Heart Attack     : circle + triangle + left analog stick >
    Indian Air              : L1 + circle + left analog stick ^
    Disco Can               : L1 + circle + left analog stick v
    Tsunami                 : L1 + circle + left analog stick <
    Shaolin                 : L1 + circle + left analog stick >
    One Handed Indian Air   : L1 + triangle + left analog stick ^
    Tweak Air               : L1 + triangle + left analog stick v
    Lazy Boy                : L1 + triangle + left analog stick <
    Boogie Nights           : L1 + triangle + left analog stick >
    Heart Attack Indian Air : L1 + circle + triangle + left analog stick ^
    One Footed Cordova      : L1 + circle + triangle + left analog stick v
    Holy Man                : L1 + circle + triangle + left analog stick <
    Side Winder             : L1 + circle + triangle + left analog stick >
    
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    4.4. Camera Controls                                       . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.4
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    Note that the camera controls can only be done through the actual play.
    
    SELECT                      : cycle through camera views
    Right analog stick          : pan camera around rider
    R1 + right analog stick ^/v : zoom camera
    L1 + right analog stick ^/v : dolly camera
    L2                          : look back
    R2                          : thrill cam
    
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    4.5. Waypoint Editor Controls                              . . . ATVOrF2_f_s4.5
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    Note: See "Waypoint Editor" section for more details.
    
    Left analog stick or d-pad               : move cursor/gate
    Right analog stick                       : rotate camera
    X button                                 : place/edit gate
    L1                                       : rotate gate left 
                                               (if gate is selected)
    R1                                       : rotate gate right
                                               (if gate is selected)
    R1 (hold to cycle forward through gates) : snap to next gate
    L1 (hold to cycle back through gates)    : snap to previous gate
    Circle button                            : undo
    X to select gate, then triangle          : delete gate
    Square button                            : show/hide help menu
    SELECT                                   : toggle test mode/edit mode
    START                                    : pause menu
    
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    5. The Game Screen                                           . . . ATVOrF2_f_s5
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    Note: You can turn Game Screen Heads-Up Display features ON/OFF by selecting   
    OVERLAYS on the Pause Menu.
    
    This section holds and explains what is on the screen during the time you're 
    playing the game. That's why this section is called game screen.
    
    .....
    Place
    .....
    Shows your current position in the race. In 1-player Championship competition
    your finishing position must be above the horizontal bar to continue to the
    next race. If you place below the bar, try the race again.
    
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    Score
    .....
    Show the amount of stunt points you've achieved during the current race.
    
    ...
    Lap
    ...
    Displays current lap/total laps for this race. In practice mode, the display
    shows only the number of laps completed.
    
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    Lap Time
    ........
    Displays the current lap time.
    
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    Best
    ....
    Displays the best lap time for the current race.
    
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    Total
    .....
    Displays the total time for the current race.
    
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    Lead
    ....
    Shows how much you're leading or trailing in the race.
     -A green number indicates you are leading the 2nd place rider by the specified
      time.
     -A red number means you are trailing the leader by the specified time.
    
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    Preload Meter
    .............
    Watch the color of the meter to preload your ATV suspension and get huge air on
    hills and ramps. When you approach a jump the meter turns blue and preload is  
    possible. Press the left analog stick v then snap it ^ just as you hit the peak
    of the jump. The orange meter shows how much preload you achieved. It looks 
    like this:
    
      _____     ----Shows how much preloading you can. It is colored as blue.
     /     \    |
     |     | ----
     |_____|
     |=====| -----Shows how much preload you have achieved. It is colored orange.
     \=====/
      -----
    
    The Preload meter is blank if you can't preload. You can only preload if there
    is a ramp or hill to jump on. How much air you get depends on how well you 
    perform the preload and how high the hill or ramp you jump to.
    
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    Speedometer
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    Shows your speed in miles per hour or kilometers per hour. To change this 
    setting, select OPTIONS on the Main Menu and select GAME SETTINGS.
    
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    Radar
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    Displays rider position based on the selected type in all events:
     -Red dot  Player 1
     -Blue dot  Player 2
     -Green dot  Player 3
     -Yellow dot  Player 4
     -Grey dots  Computer Riders
    
    Notes in specific events:
     -Nationals, Supercross and Short Track  The radar displays the course and
      rider position (dots).
     -Enduro  Waypoint Gates are white lines.
     -Freestyle Target Shoot  Dots are rider positions and targets during the 
      Freestyle Target Shoot.
     -Games  Dots are rider positions and target locations.
    
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    Alerts
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    During a race, the Off Track Alert appears when you are going the wrong way. An
    arrow will appear at the top of the screen to show where to get back on track.
    In some events, you have five seconds to get back on the course or your ATV and
    rider will be automatically repositioned on the track. If you run into water
    that is too deep you have five seconds to get to shallower water or your ATV 
    and rider will be repositioned on the track.
    
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    Direction Arrow
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    Points to the correct course direction.
    
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    6. Game Menus                                                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6
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    This is the place where the game starts and ends.
    
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    6.1. Main Menu                                             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6.1
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    Access all of the competitions and modes from here.
    
    Note: It is highly recommended that you create a player profile by selecting 
    PROFILE EDITOR below before entering ATV events.
    
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    Single Player
    .............
    Compete in 14 championships, just one single race, or create your own courses
    within Enduro races.
    
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    Multiplayer
    ...........
    Select this for 2 to 4 Player games. Play against your friends locally or
    compete online.
    
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    Training Course
    ...............
    Learn important driving techniques that will help you win consistently. To get
    the most out of ATV Offroad Fury 2, it is strongly recommended that you take 
    the Training Course. Not only will you have opportunity to get the feel for
    handling an ATV, you'll learn important concepts like preloading the suspension
    , a critical part of the game. Plus, just for completing the Training Course, 
    it will give you four race-ready ATVs and four matching sets of rider 
    equipment! GO FOR IT!
    
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    Profile Editor
    ..............
    Create a profile, unlock items, view statistics, and more. Your player profile 
    will store all important stats for each session. Once you have created your
    profile, you can load it before beginning play.
     -Use profile points to buy and unlock game features.
     -You must create a player profile for Online competition.
    
    Note: See "The Game Profile" section for more details.
    
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    Hall of Fame
    ............
    Check the Hall of Fame for the best performance in all the events. You can sort
    by three descriptors by pressing the directional button </> and ^/v:
     -Event Type  Select from any of the race and freestyle events.
     -Environments  Select from any available environments.
     -Difficulty  Select the difficulty setting of the computer-controlled riders.
    
    Race statistics include Fastest Lap, Fastest 5-Lap Race, Highest Stunt Score,
    and Longest Jump. Freestyle statistics include Highest Objective Scores, 
    Highest Stunt Score, Most Combos, and Longest Jump.
    
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    Options
    .......
    Edit game settings, jukebox selections, controller preset configurations, or
    view the credits.
     -Press the directional button ^/v to highlight an option and </> to change the
      setting.
     -Highlight an option and press X to open additional settings.
    
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    Jukebox
    #######
    This option allows you to specify which songs will be available during an 
    event. Press ^ and v on the directional button to highlight a music track. To
    listen to a track, press SQUARE button. To add or remove the track from your
    play list, pres CIRCLE button. To accept your selections, press X. To cancel
    your changes, press TRIANGLE button.
    
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    Game Settings
    #############
     -Split Screen  (for two-player mode only). Select HORIZONTAL or VERTICAL.
     -Music Volume  Adjust the music volume from 0% to 100%.
     -Sound FX Volume  Adjust the sound effects volume from 0% to 100%.
     -Sound Configuration  Select DOLBY, MONO, STEREO, or STEREO (SWAPPED).
     -Measurement  Select STANDARD (miles per hour, feet) or METRIC (kilometers 
      per hour, meters).
     -Display Mode  Select STANDARD TV (480i) or HI-DEFINITION (480p).
    
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    Controller Settings
    ###################
    You change the settings for each controller.
     -Select Configuration  Choose from one of four button presets.
     -View Configuration  Flip through ATV Controls, Stunt Controls, and Camera
      Controls to view the button configurations.
     -Controller Vibration  Check out the creators of ATV Offroad Fury 2.
    
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    6.2. Pause Menu                                            . . . ATVOrF2_f_s6.2
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    Press START button during gameplay to open the Pause Menu.
     -Press the directional button ^/v to highlight an option and press X.
     -Press the directional button </> to change a setting.
    
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    Resume
    ......
    Continue the event.
    
    .......
    Restart
    .......
    Restart the event from the beginning.
    
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    Music Track
    ...........
    To select a different music track, press the directional button </>. Available
    music tracks are based on Jukebox Settings located in the Options Menu.
    
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    Overlays
    ........
    The overlays submenu allows you to select which in-game heads-up display
    features you want to see. You can turn the following features on and off:
     -Timing Overlays  Select ON/OFF
     -Lap Overlays  Select ON/OFF
     -Score Overlays  Select ON/OFF
     -Position Overlays  Select NAME/PLACE/OFF
     -Informational Overlays  Select ON/OFF
     -Speedometer Overlays  Select ON/OFF
     -Radar Overlays  Select ON/OFF
    
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    Music Volume
    ............
    Set the music volume from 0% to 100%.
    
    ...............
    Sound FX Volume
    ...............
    Set sound effects volume from 0% to 100%.
    
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    Camera Controls
    ...............
    Turn the camera controls ON/OFF. You can still switch cameras by pressing the 
    SELECT button.
    
    ....
    Quit
    ....
    Quit the events and return to the Main Menu.
    
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    7. Driving the ATV                                           . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7
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    -Steer the ATV by pressing the left analog stick </>.
    -Accelerate by pressing X button.
    -Press Square button to hit brakes.
    -To throw the ATV into reverse, press SQUARE + X.
    -Your ATV performance is influenced by surface conditions. Your ATV will react
    to changes in traction on wet, muddy or snow-covered surfaces.
    
    Note: To know more about the controls of an ATV, see "Basic ATV Controls"
    section.
    
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    7.1. Balancing the ATV                                     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.1
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    You can change the forward/backward pitch and left/right pitch of the ATV both
    on the ground or while airborne. Use the left analog stick to shift the rider's
    weight on the ATV. Good landings depend on how the wheels hit the ground after
    a jump.
    
    -After going over a jump or mogul, try to pitch the ATV to an angle that 
     matches the surface you are about to hit. A good landing maintains speed. You
     risk dumping the machine if you land too much on the front or back wheels.
    -When jumping hill-to-hill during a race, try to land on the far side of the 
     hill to maintain speed and avoid hard landings.
    -Make sure you're not crossed-up when you land. Landing sideways by a small 
     amount is usually okay, but pushing the handlebars too far to the left or 
     right as you land will cause you to spill when you touch the ground almost 
     every time. It's best to land heading straight. Once you're on the ground, 
     turning is a lot easier and safer.
    
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    7.2. Preloading the Suspension for Jumps                   . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.2
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    Sometimes you need more air to clear jump sections easier or to increase hang 
    Time so you can bust more stunt combos.
    
    Get more air when you jump by preloading the suspension. To preload, pull v on
    the left analog stick or press v on the directional button as you approach the
    base of a jump. You will always notice the preload bar/meter on the lower right
    side of the screen getting blue. This warns you that you can preload the 
    suspension there. Then, at the peak of the jump, quickly snap the left analog 
    stick or directional button ^. If you preload correctly, your ATV will sail 
    through the air even farther than usual.
    
    When you preload, the meter will show an orange bar indicating the strength of
    your preload.
    
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    7.3. Busting Stunts                                        . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.3
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    Stunts are a big part of the game. You can bust a stunt anytime you get some
    air. Make sure you land without wrecking after a stunt or else you won't get
    points for the jump. Reading the 2 above sections will improve your skills and
    tactics in making stunts and avoiding losing a point.
    
    Note:
    1. While performing a stunt, if you hold the stunt combinations in a few 
    seconds. The score you get will gradually increase.
    2. The higher the air you get. The more stunts and points you perform and 
    earn in the game.
    3. The points you can get in a stunt decreases as you repeat it. Try doing 
    different stunts and combos in a race to avoid lesser points.
    4. In some races and freestyle modes, stunt performance will earn you Profile
    Points. See the "Game Profile" section for more details about Profile Points.
    
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    7.4. Combos                                                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s7.4
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    A great way to increase your stunt score is to bust a combo. To create a combo,
    pull off more than one stunt in a single jump. Each additional stunt will add a
    multiplier to your stunt score when you land. Be careful! If you bump in the 
    ground and get loss, you lose all the points.
    
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    8. Game Competitions                                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8
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    There are 3 available competitions in this game. Single Player Competitions, 
    Multiplayer Competitions, and Online Competitions.
    
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    8.1. Single Player Competitions                            . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.1
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    Note: It is highly recommended to use make a Profile in your memory card before
    competing in any single player competitions. All profile points and statistics
    you made in the game will be save in your PS2 memory card.
    
    When you select SINGLE PLAYER from the Main Menu, you'll have the following 
    choices:
    
    ....
    Race
    ....
    Select this race on Nationals, Supercross, Enduro, and Short Tracks.
    
    .........
    Freestyle
    .........
    If freestyle competition is your thing, check this out!
    
    .............
    Championships
    .............
    To compete in any 14 championships select this. See "Competing in the Champion
    -ships" for more details.
    
    ...............
    Waypoint Editor
    ...............
    Got an urge to create your own Enduro waypoint races? Here's your chance.
    
    *Important Notice*
    To know more about the event types in he game, check out the "Event Type"
    section.
    
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    8.2. Multiplayer Competitions                              . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.2
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    Here is a quick breakdown of the ways you can play ATV Offroad Fury 2 in 
    Multiplayer Mode.
    
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    Split Screen
    ............
    Up to four players compete in split screen using one Playstation 2 computer 
    entertainment system and a Multitap.
     -If two players are competing, races include computer riders (unless the Duel
      race mode has been selected, in which case two players go head-to-head 
      without computer riders on the track).
     -In 3 or 4 player competition, no computer riders will compete.
     -To switch between horizontal or vertical viewpoints, go to the Main Menu,
      select Options, then select Game Settings (2 Player Only.)
    
    .............
    i-Link (Host)
    .............
    If you've got a spare TV and an extra copy of ATV Offroad Fury 2, you can link 
    up 2 Playstation 2 systems so each player can have a full screen to themselves.
    i link (Host) allows a player to begin a session.
    
    .............
    i-link (Join)
    .............
    This option allows you to join an i-Link session.
    
    ...
    LAN
    ...
    Connect your Playstation 2 to a local area network and compete with your 
    friends.
    
    ......
    Online
    ......
    Two to four players can compete online. All players must have a Network 
    Adaptor and either a broadband or dial-up connection.
    
    .....................
    Multiplayer Race Prep
    .....................
    After you've selected a multiplayer mode, you'll have the following three
    options:
    
     -Race: Just like in Single Player, pick this selection if you and your 
      friends are interested in racing on Nationals, Supercross, Enduro, and Short
      Tracks.
     -Freestyle: For strictly freestyle competition, choose this.
     -Games (Split Screen only): Two games are available right away, but two are
      locked. You need to score some Profile Points in Single Player mode in order
      to buy them. 
    
    #################
    Multiplayer Notes
    #################
    1. See the "Game Profile" and "Mini games" sections for more details about mini
    games and how to unlock the 2 remaining mini games that were locked.
    2. Up to four players can compete in ATV Offroad Fury 2. When playing multi-
    player mode:
     -Players cannot unlock items during multiplayer competition.
     -Players may load Profiles during a multiplayer competition, but NO Player
      profile information is ever saved during Multiplayer competition.
     -In Split Screen competition only, if a player breaks a record, that stats is
      noted in the Hall of Fame file on Player 1's memory card.
    3. For 3 or 4 player game competitions on one Playstation 2 computer 
    entertainment system, use a multitap.
    
    
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    8.3. Online Competitions                                   . . . ATVOrF2_f_s8.3
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    Two to four player can compete online.
    
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    Requirements
    ............
    To compete in online play you must have:
     -A broadband or 56K dial-up Internet connection
     -A Network Adaptor (Ethernet/modem) (for Playstation 2)
     -Memory card with 400 KB of free space
    
    The Network Adaptor (Ethernet/modem) (for Playstation 2) connects your 
    Playstation 2 computer entertainment system to the Internet through either a 
    broadband or dial-up connection.
    
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    Online Notes
    ############
    Compete online against up to one, two or three other riders.
     -Compete against real players only. There are no computer riders in Online 
      Play.
     -Online play requires a player profile.
     -Players cannot unlock anything during online competition. Only items unlocked
      by the host player are available to other online players.
     -No player profile or Hall of Fame information is save during online play.
     -To play ATV Offroad Fury 2 online, you must first create an online account.
      To do this, you must first load and run the Setup disc that came with the 
      Network Adaptor when you bought one.
     -After completing all the requirements and tasks, IT'S TIME TO ROCK THE ONLINE
      WORLD!!!
    
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    9. The Race Prep, Freestyle Prep, and Game Screens           . . . ATVOrF2_f_s9
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    Select event type, race mode, number of laps, and difficulty settings.
     -Press the directional button ^/v to highlight a menu item.
     -Press the directional button </> to change a setting.
     -Press X button to confirm all selections and move on to the next screen.
     -Press TRIANGLE button to exit this menu and go back to the previous one.
    
    ..........
    Event Type
    ..........
    These include Amateur and Pro versions of Nationals, Supercross, Enduro, Short
    Track, and Freestyle, plus four mini games.
    
    ...........
    Environment
    ...........
    Select any unlocked environment. There are two ways to unlock environments for
    a particular event type:
     -Play through the 14 championships.
     -Earn enough Profile Points to buy them.
    
    Note: Some environments can be used for multiple event types.
    
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    Race/Freestyle Mode
    ...................
    Depending on the selected event type, race modes can include Single Race, 
    Practice, Freeride, Lap Attack, and Duel. Freestyle modes can include Classic,
    Objectives, or Freeride.
    
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    Difficulty
    ..........
    In certain event types and race modes, you can adjust how well the computer-
    controlled riders perform.
     -Normal Difficulty  The computer riders are competitive, but they'll still
      blow a jump every now and then.
     -Expert Difficulty  Be prepared! They'll know the track inside and out!
      Expert difficulty is initially a locked feature. See the "Game Profile" 
      Section for more info.
    
    ....
    Laps
    ....
    For races only, set the number of laps from 2 to 20.
    
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    Time Limit
    ..........
    If the event features a time limit, you can choose anywhere from 2 minutes to
    20 minutes.
    
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    10. Event Types                                             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s10
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    Event types, huh? How do I suppose to explain them...? Okay! I get it! Let's 
    start!
    
    The events in ATV Offroad Fury 2 will take you from wooded trails packed 
    stadiums, and everywhere in-between. Each event features Amateur and Pro
    competitions.
    
    
    .........
    Nationals
    .........
    These are outdoor races. You'll have to contend with a little bit water, mud, 
    ice, sand, and snow, but for the most part these courses are manicured for
    serious ATV racing.
    
    Amateur National races are a great place to learn how to handle your ATV. The
    first couple of races are pretty simple, but after that you'll need to start 
    preloading if you want to be competitive.
    
    Pro National races become brutal very quickly. There are long jumps, sharp 
    turns, and split ramps. Take time to memorize the course during practice-it 
    will play off when you race.
    
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    Supercross
    ..........
    Supercross races happen indoors in front of thousand fans. In this event, it's 
    not so much about speed as it is technique and determination.
    
    Amateur Supercross races are your introduction to stadium-based competition. 
    here you'll quickly learn the concept of "fast lines." These are invisible 
    paths that join together to form the quickest route around the course.
    
    Pro Supercross races are some of the toughest in the game. Finessing the 
    preload of your ATV will often mean taking a rhythm section perfectly, or 
    casing a jump head-first.
    
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    Enduro
    ......
    Thses long outdoor races feature lakes and streams, mud pits, snowdrifts, sand 
    washes, and ice patches (not to mention adverse weather condition like fog and 
    rain). The goal is to drive through the waypoint gates in the proper order. 
    Follow the arrow at the top of the screen. It will always point to the next 
    waypoint gate that you need to pass through. Also keep an eye out for the arrow
    signs on the waypoint gates. They'll give a hint as to the direction of the 
    next gate.
    
    Amateur Enduro races are generally longer than National races, but they don't 
    require nearly as much techniques. It's all about top speed and quick steering.
    
    Pro Enduro races are the longest, most grueling races in ATV Offroad Fury 2.
    Plenty of twists and turns will surely test your endurance!
    
    .........
    Freestyle
    .........
    Ready to put on a show? Freestyle is all about busting insane stunts while 
    keeping all of your bones intact. Hold a stunt as long as you can, or chain
    together multiple stunts to create combos. Just don't keep showing off the same
    old tricks. You'll be given fewer points every time you bust the same stunt
    during a competition.
    
    Amateur Freestyle events usually happen out in the middle of nowhere. Sometimes
    you'll encounter natural quarries, other times you'll find man-made hills and
    ramps. Either way, count on some huge air.
    
    Pro Freestyle events feature even crazier environments. Three events are 
    stadium based, one takes place on a tropical island, another takes place in a 
    desert sandstorm. And if you're really good, you might even get a chance to 
    stunt in the snow at night.
    
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    11. Race and Freestyle Modes                               . . . ATVOrF2_f_s11
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    Race or Freestyle the way you want it. Different modes are available for each. 
    Note that some modes allow you to accumulate valuable Profile Points, while 
    some don't.
    
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    Race Modes
    ..........
    Special note regarding first laps:
    On most racetracks, the start position is not located at the same position as 
    the finish line. Often the first lap is shorter than a full lap. For this 
    reason, first laps count as a completed lap, but first lap times are not 
    counted toward Hall of Fame and Player Profile record.
    
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    Single Race
    ###########
    Compete in one race on any available course in Single Player or Multiplayer 
    events. Single Player Mode allows you to accumulate Profile Points (Single 
    Player only).
    
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    Practice
    ########
    Get a feel for any available course. There are no time limits or lap 
    restrictions. If you get lost off-track, you can press L1 + R1 buttons 
    simultaneously to reset your rider back on track. You cannot accumulate Profile
    Points in this mode.
    
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    Freeride
    ########
    Drive as long as you'd like, anywhere, on any available environment. There's no
    lap counts and no time limits...just you, your ATV, and nature. You cannot 
    accumulate Profile Points in this mode.
    
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    Lap Attack
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    Compete against your best performance! Depending whether or not the event has a
    funnel start, you'll be racing against your ghost after the first or second 
    lap. If you beat it, the next lap's ghost will represent your performance. In
    short terms, you will fight yourself!
    
    Note: You can also play Lap Attack as a Multiplayer event. The ghost will
    represent the fastest lap posted by all players. If a player beats the ghost, 
    his or her lap is now the ghost.
    
    When you're ready to finish a Lap Attack session, you'll have the option to 
    save you ghost lap so you can compete against it again later.
    
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    Duel (2 player only)
    ####
    This mode allows two players to compete directly against one another, without
    additional computer riders on the track. You cannot accumulate Profile Points
    in this mode.
    
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    Freestyle Modes
    ...............
    
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    Objectives
    ##########
    This mode requires you to compete freestyle objectives before time runs out. 
    This mode allows you to accumulate Profile Points (Single Player only).
    
    The objectives are:
     -Hit the Green/Red Targets  Green and red targets are suspended in air. Hit 
      them all before you run out of time! Hitting targets not only gives you stunt
      points, but they'll also ass extra time to the clock.
     -Score 10,000/25,000/50,000/100,000 Points  Try to score the required stunt
      points before times run out. Don't forget to bust out combos. They're the
      quickest way to score big points!
     -Bust 10 Different Combos  Successfully pull off 10 different combos before 
      the time counts down to zero.
    
    Multiplayer rules:
     -Hit the Green/Red Targets  The player who hits the most targets before the
      time runs out is the declared winner. If all targets are hit before time 
      runs out, the player who hit the same number of targets at the end of the 
      game, the player with the highest score is declared the winner.
     -Score 10,000/25,000/50,000/100,000 Points  When time runs out, the player
      with the highest score is declared the winner.
     -Bust 10 Different Combos  The first player to bust 10 different combos
      before the time runs out is declared the winner. If the time runs out before
      anyone busts 10 different combos, the player with the highest score is 
      declared the winner.
    
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    Classic
    #######
    This is the original freestyle mode. Try to score as many points as possible
    before the time runs out. This mode also allows you to accumulate Profile 
    Points (Single Player only).
    
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    Freeride
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    Jump and stunt anywhere you'd like with no time limit. You cannot accumulate
    Profile Points here.
    
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    12. The ATV/Rider Select Screen                             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s12
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    Select an ATV then select the outfit of your rider. To get 4 extra ATVs and 
    rider equipments, finish the Training Course which can be found in the Main 
    Menu.
    
    ...
    ATV
    ...
    Each ATV has a different engine, traction, and suspension characteristics.
    You'll initially start out with eight unlocked ATVs. Buy more ATVs with Profile
    Points.
    
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    Edit Stats
    ..........
    You can adjust the performance specs of your ATV. As you gain more experience, 
    you will be able to judge the ATV performance requirements for each event or
    weather situation and tweak your machine accordingly.
    
    To edit the stats of your machine:
     1. Press X. 
     2. Press the directional button ^/v to select the performance features you 
    want  to adjust and </> to make the adjustment.
     3. Press X button again to exit the stats area.
    
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    Rider
    .....
    Select a male or female rider.
    
    * Rumor! *
    I have no proof if this is true or false so don't spoil me about it. If you 
    select a female rider, your ATV will be faster.
    
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    Gear
    ....
    Select the type and color of your rider's gear. Some gear is available, but 
    plenty is locked.
    
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    Name
    ....
    Put your name on the back of your jersey. Your name can be up to eight letters 
    long. To edit the rider name:
     1. Press X.
     2. Press the directional button ^/v to select a character (A-Z),, and press 
    the directional button </> to move the cursor left or right.
     3. Press X button again when you're done.
    
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    Number
    ......
    Pick a number from 00 to 99 and it will show up in your jersey.
    To edit the rider number:
     1. Press X button.
     2. Press the directional button ^/v to select a character (0-9), and press the
    directional button </> to move the cursor left or right.
     3. Press X button again when you're done.
    
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    Helmet, Goggles, Gloves and Boots
    .................................
    Select the style and color of your rider's helmet, goggles, gloves and boots.
    Just like gear, some items are available, but plenty are locked.
    
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    13. Result Screens                                          . . . ATVOrF2_f_s13
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    After each competition, you will be presented with information about the event.
    Depending on the selected event, you'll see detailed information for race 
    finish order, lap times, stunt points, profile points earned, championship 
    points earned, freestyle objectives completed and more.
    
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    14. In The Game Profile                                     . . . ATVOrF2_f_s14
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    Game Profile records all of what you have done in the game. All-in-all, that is
    all I can say! :) :p
    
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    Note: To know more about editing and creating a profile, see the "ATV/Rider
    Select Screen" section.
    
    A Player Profile tracks your accomplishments (and failures) every time you play
    ATV Offroad Fury 2. It keeps track of everything from statistics to unlocked 
    items to camera setting. Plus, as you play the game in Single Player mode,
    you'll accumulate Profile Points that you can use to unlock ATVs, rider 
    equipment, events, and games.
    
    ..............
    Create Profile
    ..............
    When you choose to create a profile, you can select from any available ATV and
    rider equipment. You'll also have a chance to give your rider a name and 
    number.
    
    Next, you will be prompted to select an available memory card. You can store up
    to four profiles on one memory card. After you have selected a location, you 
    will be prompted to name your profile. When you enter a profile name, your 
    profile is saved to the memory card.
    
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    Load Profile
    ............
    Select this option to load a profile from any available memory card.
    
    ............
    View Profile
    ............
    This option allows you to see how you're doing in the game. There are three
    sections to check out:
    
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    Overview
    ########
    This section gives you a total overview of your performance so far. It lists
    the following items:
     -Percent Complete  Shows how many of the items you've unlocked in the game 
      and how many championship trophies you've earned.
     -Profile Points Earned  The total number of Profile Points you've accumulated
      (Profile Points available to spend are listed in the Unlock Items option).
     -Profile Points remaining  The number of Profile Points you have left to 
      spend on locked items.
     -Total Races  How many races you've completed.
     -Total Victories  How many first-place victories you've earned.
     -Win Percentage  Tells you how many races you have won compared to how many
      races you have entered and completed.
     -Most Winning ATV  Tells you which ATV has been most successful for you.
     -Longest Jump  The longest jump you've successfully landed in any event.
     -Most Stunt Points in an Objective  The most stunt points you've accumulated 
      during a Freestyle objective.
     -Most Combos  The most stunt combos you've successfully landed in one jump.
     -Most Stunt Points in One Jump  The most stunt pints you've achieved in one
      jump without wrecking.
    
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    Trophies
    ########
    See how you're doing in each of the 14 Championships. Press the directional 
    button </> and ^/v to switch championships and difficulty modes.
     -In race championships, a bronze trophy indicates that you finished in third 
      place in the championship, a silver trophy indicates second place, and a 
      gold trophy indicates first place.
     -In the Amateur Freestyle championship, a bronze trophy indicates that you 
      have successfully completed 24 objectives. You'll get a silver trophy if you
      complete 30 objectives, and if you completed all 36, you'll get the gold.
     -In the Pro Freestyle championship, 18 completed objectives will earn you a 
      bronze trophy, while 24 will give you a silver trophy. If you complete all 30
      objectives, you'll get to show off a gold trophy.
    
    Earning trophies means:
     -Earning valuable profile points that allow you to unlock items such as ATVs,
      rider equipment, events, and games
     -Unlocking new events
     -Unlocking new and more competitive championships
     -Unlocking difficulty levels (e.g. expert difficulty)
    
    #######
    Records
    #######
    Flip through pages of statistics and see how you have done on each track.
    
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    ATVs
    ####
    Check out your collection of ATVs.
    
    ###############
    Rider Equipment
    ###############
    Cycle through pages of unlocked gear, helmets, goggles, gloves, and boots.
    
    #####
    Games
    #####
    See which games you can play. See the "Mini Game" section for more details.
    
    ............
    Unlock Items
    ............
    This is where to go when you are ready to spend some Profile Points. You can 
    unlock the following items:
     -ATVs  To unlock ATVs, you'll need to save Profile Points first. The only
      exception are the red, blue, green, and yellow Ravage Talons. You get those
      free, just for completing the training course!
     -Rider Equipment  You'll also need Profile Points to unlock rider equipment. 
      The only exceptions are the ATV Offroad Fury 2 rider equipment you'll receive
      when you complete the training course (so you'll be color-coordinate with new
      Talons.
     -Tracks  The economical way to unlock tracks is by playing through 
      championships, or you can unlock them with Profile Points. Note that some
      environments have multiple tracks and event types. For example, Prospect
      Springs features Amateur National track, an Amateur Enduro, a Pro Enduro, and
      an Amateur Freestyle event.
     -Games  Two mini games are available, but two are locked. They're great fun 
      so check 'em out. See the "Mini Games" section to see and know some brief
      information about the 4 mini games.
    
    After you have unlocked an item, it will become available for use in a game, 
    and it will also become a part of your Player Profile.
    
    ............
    Copy Profile
    ............
    Select this to copy a profile onto the same memory card or between two memory
    cards.
    
    ..............
    Delete Profile
    ..............
    Select this to delete a profile from any available memory card.
    
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    Profile Points are used to unlock items. To earn a Profile Point, first, you 
    need to create a Player Profile. You can only earn profile points when
    competing in Single Player Race, Single Player Freestyle, or Single Player
    Championship modes. The event type (Nationals, Supercross, Enduro, Freestyle, 
    and Short Track) doesn't matter.
    
    Profile Points are calculated by the following:
     -Your final stunt score in any race or freestyle event (you'll get 1 profile
      point for every 1,000 stunt points)
     -the number of combos you successfully executed (you'll get 1 profile point 
      for every combo)
     -Your finishing place (point distribution varies depending on whether you're
      competing in a single race, a freestyle event, or a championship)
    
    You'll also earn profile points when you earn championship trophies. You can't
    earn profile points in Practice, Lap Attack, or Freeride modes. You can't earn
    them during Multiplayer competition. You will earn no profile points if you    
    come in 5th place in any event.
    
    Stunting is so important during a race for you to accumulate more Profile 
    Points.
    
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    18. The ATVs                                                . . . ATVOrF2_f_s18
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    Check out the performance specs on the ATV/Rider Select screen. Each machine
    Features a different set of engine, traction, and suspension tuning 
    
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    20. Frequently Asked Questions/FAQs                         . . . ATVOrF2_f_s20
    ===============================================================================
    
    Q1. What are profile points?
    A1. Profile points are points that are used to unlock items.
    
    Q2. When Can I earn Profile Points?
    A1. First, you need to create a Player Profile then challenge any of the Single
    Player mode events. Note that Nationals, Supercross, Enduro, Freestyle, and 
    Short Track doesn't add profile points to your player profile.
    
    Q3. How do I earn Profile Points?
    A3. Check the "14.2. Profile Points" section or just ctrlf+F, then paste this
    >>ATVOrF2_f_s14.2<<
    
    Q4. When I will not earn profile points??
    A4. You can't earn profile points in Practice, Freeride, Lap Attack and Multi-
    player modes. Also being in 5th place in any race will ensure you NOT receiving
    even 1 profile points.
    
    Q5. So is stunting important during a race??
    A5. Yes, and they''' add some profile points. 1 profile points = 1,000 stunt 
    Points
    
    Q6. What is the ***** thing if you choose a female rider and you're in a race?
    A6. Don't look at me because I'm not the one who asked this question! This is
    no for kids! It's not that...you know. If you're tired of losing a race, try
    this. While in a race, stop accelerating your ATV. Press the directional button
    or left analog stick ^ and v. the girl you chose looks like ******* the ATV or
    something.
    
    I will add more in the future! :)
    
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    21. Cheats Codes, Unlockables and Secrets                   . . . ATVOrF2_f_s21
    ===============================================================================
    
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    *SPOILER ALERT*
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Don't go in this section if you don't want to spoil your game.
    
    ......
    Cheats
    ......
    Go to Profile Editor, then Unlock Items, finally cheats. Press the directional
    button ^/v to enter letters (A-Z), and press directional button </> to choose
    the blank to input the codes.
    
    o----------------+----------------------------------------------o
    | Codes          | Effect                                       |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | GIMMEPTS       | 1,000 Profile Pints                          |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | STOPCAM        | Action Replay Camera Enabled/Disabled        |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | EATDIRT        | Aggressive AI Enables/Disabled               |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | SHOWROOM       | All ATVs unlock                              |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | GOLDCUPS       | All Championship Events                      |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | THREADS        | All Equipment                                |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | GAMEON         | All Games                                    |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | BRINGIT        | All out AI Enables/Disabled                  |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | TRLBLAZR       | All Tracks                                   |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | WIDESCRN       | Switched Aspect Ration                       |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | NOSKILLS       | Unlock all ATV's in Training                 |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | ROCKNROLL      | Unlock all music videos                      |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | FITS           | Unlock all rider gear                        |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | IGIVEUP        | Unlock Everything                            |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | GABRIEL        | Unlock San Jacinto Isles                     |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | GETONUP        | Wheelies allow points                        |
    +----------------+----------------------------------------------+
    | FLYPAPER       | Wreck Enabled/Disabled                       |
    o----------------+----------------------------------------------o
    
    .................
    Bonus Ride/Outfit
    .................
    Create a profile using a memory card (PS2) that has already been filed with ATV
    Offroad Fury 2 in it. For a quickie, make 2 profiles in one memory card then 
    the items below are yours.
    
    You will unlock a new ATV, the G-Ride, and some outfits (suit, helmet, gloves,
    boots and glasses).
    
    ....................
    Unlock Ravage Talons
    ....................
    Complete the Training course and you will get Blue, Yellow, Red and Green 
    Talons.
    
    ............
    Jingle Bells
    ............
    Wear everything G-Ride and use G-Ride ATV for Freeride. If you got it correctly
    , every time you wreck you will hear some sound of bells.
    
    Note: I naturally copied it from the cheat codes & secrets of ATV Offroad Fury 
    2. But don't worry for those who posted their cheats and secrets, I will credit
    all of you.
    
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    *SPOILER ALERT*
    I repeat don't read this section if want a clear, good, and nice game.
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    
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    22. Legal/Copyright Information                             . . . ATVOrF2_f_s22
    ===============================================================================
    
    These FAQ is a legal property of mine and may not be copied by anyone else     
    without my permission. Any illegal distribution, plagiarism or copying of this
    guide will be banned or reported to officials and administrators of that site.
    I accept and permit you to use this guide only to serve as a basis for the 
    making of your guide. This FAQ can only be legally seen at the following sites
    below:
    
    www.gamefaqs.com
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    www.supercheats.com
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    www.cheatcc.com
    
    You can e-mail me at mharbenedict11@yahoo.com if you have questions, comments
    or correction on my guide. This is my fourth FAQ so I hope this is better than
    the last 3.
    
    This FAQ is (c) 2005 by Mhar Benedict. All rights reserved.
    
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    23. Thanks . . .                                            . . . ATVOrF2_f_s23
    ===============================================================================
    
    People:
    -To my Aunt Baby for buying this game for me :)
    -To my brother for some help in making this guide.
    -To all of the people who read this guide. I thank you very much!
    -To BongBlitz, Brokaliv, Super Serion Vee 2, Shaggy Glucose, kyleox1 and 
    Mizelda for all the cheats and secrets in the game.
    
    Site:
    -To www.gamefaqs.com for making a good site for guides to store with. I love 
    this site so keep it good and clean.
    -To www.neoseeker.com for inviting me to post my FAQ there.
    -To www.supercheats.com for giving me a chance of posting my work there.
    -To www.ign.com for accepting my work there. I'm a newbie there so hope you
    help me understand your site as of now. I confuse out there. 
    -To www.cheatcc.com for the cheats and for asking me to post my work there.
    
    Others:
    -To my handy-dandy instruction manual for giving all the information I need to 
    make this FAQ!
    -To my computer for giving the chance to make this guide!!!
    
    Thanks, 
    Mhar Benedict
    
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