Summary: I only give this a three because it wasn't compatible with my Play station. I think it's because I have the newer kind. The product was delivered in a timely manner though and I was able to return it for free.
Summary: The concept is ridiculous but a lot of fun! The crazy box is full of mini games to help you get better at the game. The driver's stats are different so it does matter who you pick even though it doesn't show that.
Summary: For those who have never played this game, you're missing out. It's quite fun to drive off a cliff and to have your patron screaming at you while "All I want" by The Offspring playing in the background.
Summary: I just bought this game a couple days ago and I love it!! I'm a big fan of the arcade version and I think that this is better. The controls are a bit awkward at first but its preatty easy after a couple of minutes.
Summary: Crazy Taxi is one of the most fun games for Playstation 2. Its not overly hard to play and the game gets straight to the point. Pick up your customers and drop them off at their desired locations as fast as humanely possible.
Summary: Hello. This is a great game, but it has its flaws. Let's start with the good parts: This game lets you drive one of four taxis, each with a different driver. Here's a list of them. #1- Axel, a man probably in his twentys with green hair, has a basic cab with not many decorations.
Summary: This is great arcade fun but it doesn't have the lasting effect that other games have. If your the type of person thats pleased easily then this is the perfect game for you. You get the chance to drive around 2 interactive courses which are both fairly big in size but after playing the game for more...
Summary: Not too long ago, I purchased Crazy Taxi for PS2. The minute I started playing, I couldn't stop! The graphics are great, the sounds and music keep you listening for more funny remarks and tunes. The game has two different towns you can drive around in- Arcade and Original.
Summary: Crazy Taxi was originally a very popular arcade game, and first made a console appearance on the now-defunct Sega Dreamcast. In 2001 Crazy Taxi arrived on the Playstation 2 and sold enough copies to make it onto the Greatest Hits line.