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: When I first encountered Crazy Taxi, I thought it was really funny seeing all the pedestrians scream and the traffic making a mess around the town. Now, it has been many years since it was made, and unfortunately, there isn't much content to be shown here.
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: This was the first PS2 game I ever played and I was impressed with the graphics and sound.. at first. This isn't a game to buy, unless you can get it cheap. There are only so many things you can do in this game.
Summary: I really enjoyed the game, but I felt once again it suffered from a repeated flaw of PS2's first generation of games. It was too short and offered candy for the eyes, but no variety for the brain. The game is a lot of fun.
Summary: Crazy Taxi is a good game. It really is. But just after 30 minutes, it kind of starts to get boring and you just wish there was something else to do. The original game came out several years ago, before the Dreamcast came out. It is fun to play...
Summary: After hearing how great this game is, I bought it on the day of the release. Yup, I have to admit that it was fun driving anywhere around the city (even subways and water) to pick up/drop off passengers.