Crazy Taxi is an addictive racing game of Sega which was available by Hitmaker. Sega released this game for the Sega Dreamcast platform in 1999. After receiving many positive reviews from users, Sega started providing it for their game console system in 2000, Sega Dreamcast. Besides, this exciting game is the third best-selling game of the Dreamcast platform in the United States with over one million copies. When Sega stopped developing console devices, the game was franchised, and many other manufacturers released it on other platforms. In which, Acclaim launched it on two platforms, PlayStation 2 (May 21, 2001) and GameCube (November 18, 2001). Strangelite and Activision collaborated to bring Crazy Taxi to the Microsoft Windows platform in 2002. However, in the later released platforms, only PS 2 received the same success and rating as Dreamcast. The remaining platforms are not really attractive.
The Crazy Taxi’s content is relatively easy to understand, you will become a taxi driver to earn a lot of money by transporting customers for a limited time. The game’s context will take place in a fictional city, and the players have to move to different locations to transport passengers. The goal is to bring passengers to the required location in the shortest time to receive attractive bonuses. However, this task isn’t as simple as the transportation of passengers will be in a limited time. Players who complete the task in the shortest time and transport many customers will accumulate large bonuses. This helps to create outstanding achievements.
In case you do not complete the mission within the allowed time, the customer will leave, and the players will not accumulate bonuses. From there, you will have to leave the game with shameful achievements. Besides, the game also offers exciting driving experiences to relax. Instead of having to obey road traffic rules, players can collide and reckless driving freely. In particular, there will be no police or law enforcement forces preventing you from driving.
Besides interesting content to explore and relax, Crazy Taxi also has a great picture quality. The manufacturer designs the game with sharp 3D graphics. In particular, Dreamcast’s high graphics processing system allows it to achieve good frame rates, delivering up to 60 frames per second.