It is time to make some crazy money, with Crazy Taxi on GameCube.
9 January 2015
Excerpt: Reason for my Purchase. Well I bought this for peanuts a while ago but now you are looking to pay around £8 for one in at least very good condition, that is an average online price but you no doubt get this even cheaper if you wanted to go for an auction site which was how I got this game for about...
Excerpt: The humble cabbie, talkative (sometimes), friendly (sometimes) and gets you to your destination.....sometimes. These folk wouldn't rip through the town, run around parks to get you to where you want to go and switch on fast rock. Welcome to the world of Crazy Taxi.
Pros: Fun, good graphics, fast, soundtracks go really well
Excerpt: Let’s face it, deeming something ‘Crazy’ isn’t very impressive any more, is it? It’s about as alluring as ‘wacky’ or ‘fab’ and reminds me of the luminous pinks, greens, yellows and, of course..... Timmy Mallet. Uh, I tremble at the thought. Mr. Mallet is indeed crazy, wacky and fab.
Pros: Great fun for a quick bash . Quite a good challenge .
Excerpt: I bought Crazy Taxi pre-owned as part of a multi-game deal, and I had already played it on other consoles, and I had enjoyed it on those other consoles. And, again, at first, I enjoyed it greatly, its good fun driving in crazy ways to pick up bonuses and trying to do jumps.
Excerpt: Crazy Taxi is a simple game to play, yet is fun and cleverly designed. While not the most fulfilling of games, it is great for parties. However, it has no multiplayer option. Your best bet is to play an original game and pass the controller around between players.
Pros: Extremely funny and excellent for parties .
Cons: Can get repetitive, no real way of finishing the game .
Excerpt: Crazy Taxi has been around for a good while now, its bright yellow box being seen in many arcades and it also being ported to the Dreamcast. Since then two sequels have been made, most recently the third exclusively for XBox, and in 2002 the original went all over the place once more, it was there...
Excerpt: During the olden days of gaming, Sega was renowned for its arcade games. Classic coin-ops such as Hang On, Outrun, and the Space Harrier series were some of Sega's most famous arcade success stories. Things then went a little quiet when it started to fizzle out in the console market.
Excerpt: As I said in my last opinion, I recently got a Nintendo GameCube with 5 games (It should have been 4 but Toys ‘r’ Us messed up and gave me an extra one. For £300 I got all that is mentioned above, 2 control pads, a memory card, a clip on screen and a carry case.