Video Game | Action, Comedy, Crime
An arcade game where you drive a taxi cab through a virtual San Francisco. Your goal is to try and earn big cab fares, by picking up passengers and dropping them off at their destination spots before you run out of time.
In an attempt to save themselves from bankruptcy. Sega sold the rights to this game to Activision in 2001. This led to the somewhat odd situation of a high profile Sega game being released on consoles not developed by Sega while Sega was still trying to sell the Dreamcast to consumers.
Nothing changes cause it's all the same, The world you get's the one you give away, It all just happens again Way down the line!
The Offspring: There is a chain that's never broken, You know the story it's sad but true, An angry man gets drunk and beats his kids, ...
In some versions of the game Crazy Taxi, the word "Fuck" has been changed to "Grow" in the song "Way Down The Line" by the rock group Offspring.