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Crazy Taxi crashes onto XBLA today!

November 24, 2010

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As Sega Europe are kind enough to remind us, the famed yellow and black checkered Dreamcast title has roared onto the digital market. Here’s a quick excerpt from the blogs American counterpart for those of you still sitting on the fence… the exhaust pipe… the center console… the handbrake? We’ll stick with fence for now.


The real goodness of Crazy Taxi comes from the fact that, while incredibly easy to jump in and have fun with, it is actually an incredibly challenging game to master — this is especially true for the various challenge modes the game has. Careening around the streets like a madman (or madwoman) is both easy to do and deliciously destructive fun: huge jumps off tall hills net you bonus points as you slam wildly (and harmlessly) into semi-trucks while terrified pedestrians dive out of your way. It is, in fact, a great deal like actually driving in San Francisco (something I can readily attest to).

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