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  • Summary: Crazy Taxi turns your PC into one wild joyride fueled by cabbies lead-footing it for the ultimate prize -- Cash. You're trying to score as many tips as possible in record time, which means you don't have time for obstacles. Scream your fares across parks, drive under water, catch air over buildings, swerve through oncoming traffic, and don't think twice about charging up a one-way street the wrong way if it'll get you there faster. The city is full of crazy twists and turns, but you've got money on your mind, so keep it floored, watch out for the walls, and go for the gold! [Sega] Expand
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  1. Two very important things have downgraded the game's score I'm afraid: the aforementioned graphical disadvantages and only two locations for exploring.
  2. You'd be better off just buying a Dreamcast console and a copy of the original Crazy Taxi, since the 2000 Dreamcast version looks better and plays better than the 2002 PC port.
  3. The performance is nohwere near as smooth as I remember on my mothballed Dreamcast - nor as fun. [Jan 2003, p.104]
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  1. AWG
    Jul 27, 2013
    Eh. I tried this game because I was very curious about how they ported this game on the PC but it was a huge disappointment. Physics is just terrible.
  2. Nov 16, 2011
    Pretty much everything is terrible. The only time you can spend on this game without wanting to come off is at the challenge modes. They're not fun. They're not interesting. But it's the only part of the game which makes sense on how to do better. Just looking at the publisher's name "Activision Value", you can tell that this was made on the same kind of budget as an average fare you receive per customer. The arcade mode in its entirety is just dodging traffic. Expand