Summary: The Good: Its Crazy Taxi on PSP! Fast arcadey gameplay, decent music, custom soundtracks, nice unlockables, multiplayer modes are super fun The Bad: ...Not a new CR, single player will bore you after a while, graphics aren't too swift, voices are annoying Well Crazy Taxi 1 and 2 arrive on the PSP with smooth results. The gameplay is fast and just what you expect from Crazy Taxi but if you're not a big fan then this game will bore you after a while.
Summary: I was a big fan of the original arcade game "Crazy Taxi"... except now I don't have to lose all my quarters! I love this game, it's so simple if you want it to be, or you can do the challenges to make it more interesting. I just love it! It's great because I don't always want to sit down and play video games for an hour, I can sit down and literally just play this game for 5 minutes and I will have filled my gaming void!
Summary: They did a great job with this port. If you miss the offspring you can ad them with a custom soundtrack. I had to mix all the songs together to get them all to play or then it just repeats the same song over and over but it works well. This port is Dreamcast perfect and great to play in a taxi! Like i did yesterday. Lol. I wish they did the psn/xbla version this well.
Summary: My kids and I loved Crazy Taxi on the Game Cube and like it even more now that it is on the PSP. As other reviewers have pointed out, some changes were made to this version of Crazy Taxi for the port over to the PSP. Most notable is the music score, for me that isn't any issue at all but purists might take issue with the change. Observations: The game controls are very good on the PSP and were fairly easy to master.
Summary: I loved this game when I had it on the PS2 so I thought I would try it on the PSP and have not been disapointed. It has the Original CARZY TAXI and CRAZY TAXI 2, both I have found are quite fun. I love how you can play your own music in the game. It reads it right off of your music folder on your PSP. CRAZY TAXI 2 does swear quite a bit but you can turn down the voice volume and up the music volume. All togther I would say that this is a great buy!
Summary: When Sega released their final video game console back in 1999, the Dreamcast, it really was groundbreaking and delivered so many wonderful video games. Although it was mainly overshadowed thanks to Sony's Playstation 2, there are still die hard fans of the franchises that were built upon the Dreamcasts legacy. One of those was the arcade smash Crazy Taxi.
Summary: Do you know me from my review of the first Crazy Taxi game from the Dreamcast? You should, and when I heard of Fare Wars, I knew I want to get it. I got it, and when I first played it, it has all the fun that the Dreamcast versions of Crazy Taxi 1 and 2 combined. I began getting addicted to the action. But for you fans of CT3: High Roller, you won't find the XBox exclusive for Fare Wars.