Same as the first. hollow, pointless, no replay value, no multiplayer. Bad.
8 October 2012
Summary: Not too long ago I did a review on Crazy Taxi (1), and I have also played through Crazy Taxi 2. I'm giving Crazy Taxi 2 one less star then the first one because it is the first game with a 2 slapped on it.
Summary: It is probably the best video game on the Dreamcast! You will not be disappointed! It is so unrealistic that makes you feel like it could actually happen in real life! Having KFC, Pizza Hut, Burger King, and Tower Records etc. in the game makes it feel more real!
Summary: Great game! This sequel to the rather quirky taxi-driving game where you pick up people and get them to their destinations is superb. The original premise was already kind of off-the-wall (who'd ever think there'd be a game about driving a taxi?
Summary: Of the Crazy Taxi games this one is the best. If you're looking for a deep, engaging game that requires excessive planning and strategy, look elsewhere. If you want a great arcade style game for some quick fun this is a great game for you.
Summary: Crazy Taxi was one of those games that you simply can't stop playng. It's very simple: you need to get more clients that you can until the time stops. And if you consider the year that he was developed (2001) the game continues good.Beatiful stages, Bad Religion and Offspring songs, tha aditional...
Summary: One of the undoubted success stories on the Dreamcast was Crazy Taxi. Hitmaker took the simple concept of picking up and dropping off passengers against a strict time limit and in turn produced a game that was as much fun as it was addictive.
Summary: it was an good compliment to the first crazy taxi. I baught it because it was the sequil and I just wondered if it was as good as the first. which it was with even better graphics, loads of fun I love this game. I will recomend it to anyone who has a dreamcast.