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Simpson's Road Rage
5.7 out of 10

Simpson's Road Rage

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Overall 10
10

Really captured the TV show

Ronnie Clay "R.C.", Amazon
22 September 2005
  • Summary: This game followed close the TV show. You basically have to do Taxi missions with the Simpsons cast. It has most of the original cast and some funny parts. I really got a good idea what Springfield looked like from the game.
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Overall 10
10

So close to an "E" rating, yet so far away...

Btara Ktahn, Amazon
8 November 2004
  • Summary: It's a pity the language in this game prevents it from being playable by Everyone. Aside from the Bart catchphrase "Who the hell are you?" (no real biggie there), Homer seems to like using "jerka**" rather than a more tame "jerkface" or simply "jerk", which would've made this one much more suitable...
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Overall 10
10

Still Played Often after 4 years!!!

David Girod, Amazon
28 July 2004
  • Summary: This was one of the first games I bought when I got the PS2 about 4 years ago. Now, my son who is 6 and I play this game almost nightly. The main focus of the game is going around picking up Springfield residents and dropping them off at their desired locations around town.
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Overall 10
10

the Simpsons Road Rage

A game lover, Amazon
18 November 2003
  • Summary: Now I may admit that all of the Simpsons games are rip offs. The Simpsons Wrestling was a WWF rip off (a good game, but poor graphics). Simpsons Skateboarding was a Tony Hawk rip off (but it totally sucks). And now the Simpsons Road Rage rips offs Crazy Taxi.
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Overall 10
10

Fun and challenging

Megan- College Student, Amazon
4 July 2003
  • Summary: I love this game. I won a PS2 at my afterprom and don't like all the killing games. This was perfect for me because I love the simpsons, and on holidays, new characters show up for that day only!
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Overall 10
10

Great game for many reasons. BUY IT.

Doug, Amazon
19 June 2003
  • Summary: Originally, I decided to go out and get 'Crazy Taxi' for PS2. They didn't have it in stock, but they recommended 'The Simpsons Road Rage'. I got it, and I am definetely glad I did. It's exactly like Crazy Taxi, but with Simpsons characters and levels.
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Overall 10
10

Road Rage is too much fun!

P. S. Rouse "catmom, reader, traveler, and sometime writer of bad poetry", Amazon
3 October 2002
  • Summary: Have a tough day at work?? don't take it out on the people in your life! Go home and get behind the wheel of Mr Plow or Marge Simpson's Canyonero! This game is incredible fun as you race through imaginary Springfield picking up and dropping off it's citizens in a race against the clock.
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Overall 10
10

Hail the Best Arcade-Racing Game...EVER!

Garrett Ray Harriman, Amazon
4 August 2002
  • Summary: I am a big Simpson's fan, even though I don't get FOX, and for what it's worth, The Simpson's Road Rage delivers all of the zany characters and Springfield landmarks into one big time-challenging wise-cracking speed and money making extravaganza that beats Crazy Taxi any day!
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Overall 10
10

Simpsons surge far above Crazy Taxi

John Bell, Amazon
3 March 2002
  • Summary: The Simpsons: Road Rage is by far the best racing game on Playstation 2. Play as over 17 different characters including the Simpson family, Krusty, Moe, Apu, Barney, Professor Frink, Officier Wiggam, etc. Choose one of 6 courses including the Nuclear Power Plant and the Springfield Dam.
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Overall 10
10

Great game for fans of the Simpsons

Amazon
4 February 2002
  • Summary: This is one of my favorite games, but I am a long-time fan of the Simpsons. Six different levels let you roam all around Springfield, from Moe's Tavern to Barney's Bowl-A-Rama, Springfield Elementary to the Frying Dutchman.
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