Submitted by NonShinyGoose 420d ago | review

GamesAsylum - Crazy Taxi: City Rush - Review

GamesAsylum: "The menu music is all wrong. The in-game soundtrack is punky, as it should be, but I honestly have no idea what’s going on the bleepy electronic menu music. There are more significant things both right and wrong about this freemium incarnation of Crazy Taxi, but that’s what sticks with me.

What’s right is that it still feels like Crazy Taxi, despite being reworked as essentially an auto-runner. There’s inevitably a lot less flexibility – just swipe to switch lanes, swipe and hold to turn a corner, and hammer the screen to stop when you reach the drop off point – but it’s still fun to smash about the city, picking people up and dropping them off" (Android, Crazy Taxi: City Rush, iPad, iPhone) -

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