Summary: Crazy Taxi is a tight, refined arcade racer where choosing the right path can be more important than driving well. The average round may only last 5-10 minutes, but the routes go all over the map, so each round can feel like different maps.
Summary: This is going to be pretty long cause I loved Crazy Taxi on the PC back in the day. It's been years so for this re-release you'd expect improved graphics, maybe a split screen mode and new locations. Wrong, the gameplay and graphics are identical to the original version.
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: this game is basically the same as the original, which is okay because I enjoyed the original brings the insane ideas and gameplay of the original to the consoles, also adds new challenge missions
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: With limited time unable to be disabled, only 2 cities and and a lack of extra content put into this re-release does not justify 800 MS Points, it is exactly the same as before - no improvements such as more cities, more fare destination variety and still the time limit cannot be taken off.
Summary: Pretty much everything is terrible. The only time you can spend on this game without wanting to come off is at the challenge modes. They're not fun. They're not interesting. But it's the only part of the game which makes sense on how to do better.
Summary: I love the game since the Arcade-Version. I also played it on Dreamcast for a really long time. Also on 360 I have a lot of fun with this old game. The Graphics aren't that good but the gameplay is. It is just an perfect arcade game :)
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.