Summary: I've enjoyed this game for going on 10 years and decided to consolidate it onto my Wii with the Gamecube version. It's still fun and the gameplay is still there. The colors don't seem as vibrant, but it's not a large difference. The big difference is in the voices used for the cab customers.
Summary: It's cool but can get tiring because it's repetitive... I'd say it's for 16 year olds or younger. I bought it because I got it for $3 shipped so it was a bargain. I used to own a dreamcast and it was fun back then but theres so many games out now that it's too repetitive!
Summary: This game was a great way to express road rage through a controller. Wow. It had amazing graphics and a huge map. But the Music SUCKED!!!!!! I do not want the hear the Offspring over and over again.
Summary: Fans of the original Dreamcast games will not recieve what they are looking for in Crazy Taxi 3, however new gamers will find two locations from the previous game included with the new Las Vegas type city.
Summary: PROS: I bought this game for my son who loves the Arcade version. It's pretty much the same game with only a few extras (an extra level and the ability to play a set time limit game). CONS: The voice overs use mildly offensive language (like DAMN and such); absolutely not needed.
Summary: I bought this game for my boyfriend, and after watching him play it, I don't know why he wanted it. The controls seem difficult to get used to and the game is very repetitive. If you want a taxi game, try Simpsons Road Rage.
Summary: Man people are so critical about games... People this game is not meant to be a huge indepth 50 hour game. It's just an arcade port thats fun and exciting and was brought to the home to enjoy without driving to the arcade and spending a ton of money to play it.