Excerpt: The Dreamcast, cruelly cut short in its prime by the impending release of the PlayStation 2 and waning third party support, played host to some incredible arcade-quality games. Packed with purity and stuffed with playability and slick graphics, the likes of Powerstone, Soul Calibur and Virtua Tennis still look and play great today.
Pros: It’s the same, pure Crazy Taxi game we used to love, The leaderboards are a nice touch
Cons: The menus, HUD and UI are a little ugly, There’s little licensed content remaining, One new mode or map would have been nice for old fans
Conclusion: Crazy Taxi had you hooked even before you witnessed the attract screen in your local arcade. "Hey hey hey, come on over and have some fun with Crazy Taxi" was a cat-call every bit as exciting and as provocative as any lusty harlot's late on a Friday night. A dare if you will - how much fun could you have earning a wage as one of four taxi drivers weaving through traffic in some sun-kissed mythical Californian city? Apparently, a hell of a lot.
Pros: + Arcade thrills. + Classic Sega feel to production. + Crazy Box will suck up your life.
Cons: - Longevity issues. - Numerous small glitches add up. - Can't stack up to today's racers.