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?), but Sega did great with the original and moved forward with the addition of the "hop" feature where you could jump over cars, obstacles, or onto different paths.
Summary: more or less the same as the first Crazy Taxi, just w/ a hint of extras, i.e. u can now make ur cab jump, pick up groups of people, & added comments from the more various people u pick up. a great party game. has minigames like the crazy box (now crazy pyramid) including new ones like crazy golf & such.
Summary: In comparison to its predecessor, Crazy Taxi 2 incorporates plenty of fresh features. The gameplay still has the same basics of delivering your customers in a crazy fashion. For the short solid few minutes of playtime, you're really into it either becoming frustrated, excited, or both! The "mini-games" so to speak really help in honing in on in-game skills giving you that edge. I'll admit that the traffic really gets bothersome as they seem to clutter even more and more.
Summary: It's time to make some crazy money. Are you ready? Crazy Taxi 2 seems to be a last-gasp effort from Sega to appease angry owners of its disowned gaming machine. And though the cab-induced mayhem in this sequel is just as addictive as last year's Crazy Taxi, it's apparent that the game company wasn't out to create the deeper, more innovative game many were hoping for. The new aspects that were added to the game are certainly welcome however.
Summary: WE'RRRRRRRRRRE BACK! Announces him at the start with no name, for the second installment of the Crazy Taxi series. About a month before this game was released, myself and a friend agreed that this would be one of those games without a sequel, because quite simply, what could you put in a sequel? So when a sequel was announced, we were both worried. Could the game be improved enough to warrant spending another £30? Yes and no.
Pros: Just so playable, great challenges in the Crazy Pyramid mode, revels in its own humour.
Cons: Arrow doesn't direct you very well, not enough new features.
Summary: I have had the pleasure of owning crazy taxi and crazy taxi 2 and i have to say they are some of the most enjoyable racing/simulating games around. Crazy Taxi 2 is mostly crazy taxi 1 but with alot more car tricks! and better detailed and larger cities. Even picking up customers has become a adventure because they have new passengers like for dancers which ask to be dropped of at deifferent places. This seems good at first when your making 4x but it more teadiuos.
Pros: New Drivers, Cars, Tricks, Levels, More wide range of passengers, More driver/passenger communacation
Excerpt: "It landed on my doormat today, but i`m not entirely sure it`s as fun as the original - there`s the occasional drop in frame rate, it`s crashed on me once (I was jammed up against a tree, the screen went grey, and I couldn`t move away from it, but I could at least quit out of the game without rebooting). ...And the "crazy hop" feature... hmmm... not sure if i`m keen on it really - there doesn`t seem to be any way to get some passengers to their ...
Pros: Superb graphics and sound, out on the DC before the PS2 owners can gloat ; - )
Excerpt: La suite du très célèbre et original "Crazy Taxi" sur Dreamcast. On prend les mêmes et on recommence, on garde l'ambiance Rock'N'Roll dynamisant et on se lance comme conducteur de Taxi à travers la ville. Le but est de récolter le plus d'argent en cumulant les clients et les performances de conduites. Très fun, ce jeu permet de se détendre tranquillement et/ou une frénésie de challenge corsé selon son humeur et ses envies.