Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire’s gameplay is pretty run of the mill, but it’s fun and charming regardless.
In case you’d forgotten—or were in a different generation of school children than I was—Crazy Taxi was likely the first thing on your mind when a teacher rolled in a cart of the bulky, solid-white MacBooks of years gone by. And I can confidently say, as an adult, that the game is as great as it ever was.
I could totally watch a special episode of Wacky Races with artist Ido Yehimovitz's re-imagined video game cars leading the way.
Sega's just announced a new Crazy Taxi game. For mobile. Now what do you think that's going to look like? If you guessed something that looks a whole lot like an infinite runner, then congratulations. This ride's on us.
Following the release of the iOS port last October, Sega has made available the Dreamcast version of their acclaimed taxi-slash-reckless-driving simulator, Crazy Taxi, on Android as well.
You don't need to worry about Japanese developers when it comes to creating an insane, over-the-top frenzy on the screen. It's in their veins.
Sega is once again putting music to vinyl, following up on the bright blue Sega Genesis Collection soundtrack on LP with one for the Dreamcast fans out there. And by "there," I regretfully mean "Australia."
As expected, Sega revealed today that a collection of old Dreamcast games will be released for the Xbox 360 and PC. And as you'd expect from such a collection, it's a little disappointing.
The revival of Dreamcast favorite Crazy Taxi on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network won't transform the game significantly.
If some screenshots are to be believed, a number of classic Dreamcast and PC titles are about to be released on Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade service for the 360.
Two of the newest contenders in Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing may not be as familiar to gamers who weren't Sega fans during the glorious Dreamcast era, but Space Channel 5's Ulala and Crazy Taxi's B.D. Joe are welcome additions.