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1. Posted: Thu 23rd Apr 2009 10:34 BST
I would like to see Crazy Taxi on the Wii with new controls and maybe even the using the wheel.I'm not sure if such a thing would be feasible on WiiWare (I'm not expressing doubt about this possibility, I mean I literally don't know) but a friend of mine said it could be done on the Xbox dowload system, this however would probably be pretty much the same as the other versions with similar controls.
So, would anyone else like to see Crazy Taxi on the Wii? It's one of my favourite games and I'm actually a little surprised that it hasn't happened already.
Edited on Thu 23rd April, 2009 @ 11:05 by CowLaunch
2. Posted: Thu 23rd Apr 2009 12:32 BST
Ha, yeah I actually love Crazy Taxi, and it's also one of my girlfriend's all-time favorite games. Good, clean, ridiculous fun. You probably know this, but they did release a Gamecube version, which we still load up on the Wii from time to time, but I'd be very much in favor of a true Wii version.
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3. Posted: Thu 23rd Apr 2009 12:34 BST
Sure, although I think there's a game or two like this on the system already isn't there?
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4. Posted: Thu 23rd Apr 2009 13:09 BST
I have the first one on GC but after that the sequels were all pretty much the same from what I can tell. I think Wii controls is a genuine reason to bring the series back. I'm not keen on the imitations, for me Crazy Taxi just hits the spot. I also like Burnout.
5. Posted: Thu 23rd Apr 2009 15:52 BST
I think this is a great idea, and would sell by the bucketload - with some decent multiplayer modes and Wii Wheel support, this would go down a treat with casual gamers. The last release on PSP didn't go down very well though, so I'm not sure Sega are that interested in revitalising Crazy Taxi these days.
Crazy Taxi 3 is probably the best of the bunch - it's got three cities, including the original San Francisco area, the crazy hop, new minigames and, on PC at least, a cool replay feature. It seemed like the law of diminishing returns kicked in with Crazy Taxi and people took less and less notice of each update, but I have to say I really enjoyed the third one. That said, my favourite minigame is the golf-inspired one in Crazy Taxi 2. So much choice.
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