Videogamer: Crazy Taxi Review

Videogamer: "SEGA's port of the arcade title Crazy Taxi came about in 2000 during the middle of the Dreamcast's life cycle, becoming enough of a success to spawn two sequels and a number of additional console ports throughout the rest of the Noughties. In the transition from arcade to console the game retained its iconic soundtrack - one that featured tracks by The Offspring and Bad Religion, among others - along with the bright, crayola-coloured graphics. SEGA binned the original steering wheel peripheral, added in a new city setting, and then essentially left the game alone to develop a fanbase beyond arcade venues."

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