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Taxi Chaos 


I am so thankful I had the money to purchase Taxi Chaos on the Playstation 4. I played Taxi Chaos on the Playstation 5. Did you enjoy the video we published of me playing Taxi Chaos? This home console video game can also be found on the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Taxi Chaos is similar to Crazy Taxi. We pick up people and deliver them somewhere else within the city. Taxi Chaos can be played in Arcade, Pro, or Free Roam modes. Arcade provides an arrow as to where we will go and a time limit. Pro takes away the arrow and expects you know where to deliver the customers. Free Roam lets you explore, pick up passengers and deliver them.

Musically Taxi Chaos is okay. I enjoyed hearing the conversations of the characters as we transported them. Crazy Taxi had some rocking music that was probably also copyrighted so there is a trade off there for video content creators. Taxi Chaos is also fun racing around the city. The jumping in Taxi Chaos is absolutely crazy. I was shocked at how much air we can get in Taxi Chaos. It really helps getting past those traffic jams in certain areas of the city. Customers usually enjoy flying high in Taxi Chaos as well.

The city in Taxi Chaos feels a bit on the small side to me. The arrow is not always helpful. At times it would point me one way and I missed it only to find the destination on the next road. Why would it have me turn there when turns slow down the vehicle? The more I played Taxi Chaos the more I learned the city and could figure out where to go next. There is a light amount of lack of attire, enticement to lust from some of the characters in Taxi Chaos. Players can break a plethora of objects in Taxi Chaos. The game encourages that behavior as well to a degree. Racing through the streets, park, water, etc. is all needed to get to the destination fast. Which is the goal.

Certain goals need to be attained in Taxi Chaos to get faster and more powerful vehicles. Some are easy like play arcade mode five times. Others get more complex and require some skill. Taxi Chaos is some quick fun that one family member at a time can enjoy. I wish there had been a local multiplayer option in Taxi Chaos. Families could compete or cooperate for high scores. The faster you get a fare to their location the more stars and money you will receive. It is nice to see the Crazy Taxi concept return to the video game industry. Taxi Chaos is a bit of Crazy Taxi light, but its still fun for a few days to a week in my professional opinion. Get out there and help some people to their destinations.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Nintendo Switch/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: GS2 Games
Developer: Lion Castle
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence}

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