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Crazy Taxi GameCube

Crazy Taxi


Publisher: Acclaim

Players: Single

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ESRB Rating: TeenESRB Information

Overall Rating6.7 / 10

Buckle up - it's sheer asphalt anarchy! Crazy Taxi screeches onto Nintendo GameCube with one wild and hilarious joy-riding jaunt. As a fearless cabbie with attitude, you're driven by a single goal: to rack up the mega-bucks in fares and tips before your shift ends. It's a race against the clock as you pick up passengers and white-knuckle it through busy streets and back alleys to their various destinations. To keep that meter collecting cash, you've gotta take the fastest route possible, even if it means bending the traffic laws - just a little. Drive the wrong way down a one-way street, catch air as you sail over rooftops, swerve between oncoming traffic, or plough through a pavement cafe. But beware - the city is full of obstacles that are guaranteed to slow you down. - Review provided by Sega





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IGN Cube:

"Crazy Taxi is an awesome game if you didn't play it on previous systems. Don't let its original 1998 release sway you from picking it up for GameCube if you haven't played it before. Chances are you've heard good things about it and now you can enjoy it on a Nintendo system."


"Crazy Taxi was a fun game two years ago. Today, however, the GameCube version serves little purpose other than to give a solid modern example of "shovelware." The taxis look decent, but the surrounding environments are a muddy mess. Sega's Dreamcast legacy deserves better."


Planet GameCube:
"Crazy Taxi for GameCube is no different than other versions of the gameóbut this also means itís just as fun and wild as it always was. The home version includes a whole second city to play in. Pretty much everyone loves the Crazy Taxi gameplay, which is a major part of the game's appeal."


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