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It is official. Sega has ruined the Crazy Taxi series with Crazy Taxi City Rush on the iPhone/iPad. The car violence I can understand. Why is there enticement to lust? Why is this a repeat pay to play app? I would happily pay five to ten dollars to play this game without having to pay for it over and over again. Sega needs to wise up. The free app market is falling apart because families do not want these kinds of games.

The in-app purchases are annoying enough in Crazy Taxi City Rush. What makes this hand held video game even worse is it is constantly advertising other lame free apps at you. I am deleting Crazy Taxi City Rush from my iPhone as soon as I finish this review. Sega can brag about how many people downloaded this free app. The important number is how many actually keep it on their devices. Which is always way lower. Another lower number is how many people actually continue to play a game like Crazy Taxi City Rush.

The cel shaded graphics in Crazy Taxi City Rush irritate me. The runner nature of Crazy Taxi City Rush does not stay true to the original. Plus there are too many runners on the app market already. Crazy Taxi City Rush does not even feel like a Crazy Taxi game to me. I know it has the name, but the game play, graphics, and sound do not stay true to the roots of the franchise.

The replay value to Crazy Taxi City Rush is killed thanks to its free app nature. Every five minutes Crazy Taxi City Rush is advertising to me or asking for money. Trying to get any progress in Crazy Taxi City Rush is a nightmare. I grew so frustrated that I quit playing it. I was going to drop this game and never bring it up again. But a friend asked me to review it so others could avoid it.

Sega needs to wake up. They used to be one of the most amazing video game companies. Now they are shoving lame free apps on the market. Crazy Taxi needs to come back in its original normal form. - WMG


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 10%
Gameplay: 10%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: iPhone/iPad
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Hardlight

Rating: ‘4+’ - Everyone FOUR and OLDER ONLY

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