- You're driving through the most populated cities, picking up as many fares as you can, with four different cabs & drivers to choose from
- Wild mission-based games with tons of destructive humor
- Avoid crashing into objects & people to get the fare there as fast as possible
- Realistic driving dynamics
- Soundtrack features Offspring and Bad Religion
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Crazy Taxi is an incredible driving game where you play a cab driver trying to get the most fares in shortest time -- no matter what you have to hit to do it!
Crazy Taxi is a mad race against the clock and traffic. As any of four fearless cabbies, players are driven by a single goal: to rack up megabucks in fares and tips before their shifts end. Drivers pick up passengers and take them to their destinations by any means possible. It's a comic cab opera of collisions and decisions, where courtesy takes a back seat to coin. Crazy Taxi offers all the enthralling features that made it a must-play arcade and console game, including four different cabs and drivers, each with his or her own style and attitude, two expansive and interactive courses for extensive gameplay, nine minigames to challenge various driving skills, true driving dynamics, wild, mission-based gameplay infused with humor, and a rockin' soundtrack by Offspring and Bad Religion.See all Product description
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Most of the future re-issues I mentioned had the businesses such as Levi's, Pizza hut, KFC, tower records, Fila, ETC, and music by Bad Religion and Offspring removed from the game, Likely due to copyright issues. but having those removed really took the fun out of the game
Luckily, the game cube version was able to keep the game exactly the same was on the sega Dreamcast
so if you can obtain a copy of crazy taxi with everything intact, I must say the game cube release is a perfect one to get if you can find a copy.