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Crazy Taxi by Acclaim

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  • Mild Violence
  • Strong Language
Crazy Taxi is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
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  • Platform: Game Cube
  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Developer: Acclaim
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

This is a preowned video game. It is guaranteed to work on your GameCube video game console and may not include a box or instruction manual. As a fearless cabbie with attitude, your goal is to rack up the mega-bucks 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. So get a grip on the wheel, sharpen your senses, and don't lose your cool.


* Wild, mission-based gameplay infused with humor.

* Rockin' soundtrack by hit bands Offspring and Bad Religion.

* Four different cabs and drivers, each with their own style and attitude.

* Two expansive, interactive courses for extensive gameplay.

* Nine minigames challenge your mastery of various driving skills.

* True driving dynamics.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Its OK I mean its a taxi game, how much do i have to explain. I would recommend this game to any time attack games or racing games.
Date published: 2012-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Game. Craazeey Taaxxii! This game is so much fun. There is so many things that is great about this game. Both tracks are great, you can play the classic arcade track or the Original track. both are fun but i perfer the Arcade track. all the charactors are fun B.D. Joe is my favorite. The music is great I love The Offspring but i'd never heard Bad Religion before this game but it introduced me to them and now i love them. The Arcade track is very similar to a Southern California downtown/Pier style city and the Original track is Similar to San Francisco. The game has a simple objective: Pick up as many people and take them where they need to go in as short time as you can. One thing that is a bit annoying is sometimes there are only Two-lane roads and the other cars won't get out of the way. In Arcade mode you have a set time that runs down from 90 seconds in the start and you extend your time by dropping off people and gaining fare. In Normal mode you choose a time limit of either 3,5, or 10 minutes and pick up and drop off as many people as you can. One of my favorite features is the in-game advertizing such as: KFC, Pizza Hut, Levi's Store, FILA, Tower Records, and WOW! Its just really cool when you pick up some one and they say, "Hey! Take me to Pizza Hut!" Over all great game.
Date published: 2011-04-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from CRAAAAAAZY Taxi! Well, Not really much to say bout the game....it's VERY short, graphics are actually pretty good for an arcade-style game. Although, all you do is pick up customers and drop them off at their desired location...don't sound like much fun..but, in a weird sort of way, it is actually not that bad of a game. I've found it to be more fun when you have a friend to challenge, if you can find one willing to play such a "simple" minded game. This game was actually made toward what seemed to be the "downfall" of Sega. Originally released in arcades and later ported over to the short-lived Sega Dreamcast. Sega then released it on other systems as well as their other games like Sonic the Hedgehog series. Despite being short and no story line, it was still a fun game to play....for bout 30 minutes...However, the fact that Sega used The OffSpring as the soundtrack, makes it all that much better. Not only that, the songs they used were the original versions, no censors...listen carefully, you will hear the F-bomb dropped quiet a number of times when playing the game! Even the arcade version had the game uncensored!
Date published: 2009-08-28
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