Developer: Sniper Studios
# of Players: 1-2
N Amer - 07/31/2007
SEGA Announces Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars for the PSP
All-New Multiplayer Modes and Features for Cabbies on the Go
Crazy Taxi™: Fare Wars on the PSP® brings multiplayer gameplay and other brand new features to this fan-favorite series for the first time. It’s an all-out bumper brawl as cabbies race, ram, smash and dash to steal fares and score big tips. To nab passengers from opponents’ cabs, two cabbies will crash into each other for endless entertainment and hilarious chaotic competition via Ad Hoc.
Another new feature for the classic series is a custom music player that allows drivers to groove to their own tunes while racing through town. Using their PCs, players can convert and transfer songs from any CD onto their PSP system for a truly personalized experience. Drivers can also record and save gameplay replays of their driving performance in Crazy Taxi 2 on the PSP system's memory stick to replay and show off.
Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars offers cabbies several single player modes including the mission-based Arcade mode, where skilled drivers earn time bonuses, and Time Trial mode, where drivers collect the highest fares possible in the time allowed. In addition, two mini-game training modes allow cabbies to practice and perfect their crazy driving skills. They include Crazy Box, a collection of 16 original Crazy Taxi mini-games and Crazy Pyramid, a series of mini-games arranged in a pyramid to complete in order to unlock more mini-games from Crazy Taxi 2.
- New multiplayer function via Ad Hoc: Players will go head-to-head and compete for the highest fare.
- Custom music player: Personalize the experience, and transfer songs from any CD onto the PSP system to play Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars.
- Save your best games: Players can save and replay their best rides to show off their fare runs to friends.
- Intuitive controls: Crazy Taxi maintains its intuitive classic arcade-style gameplay with easy pick-up-and-play controls.
- Mega mini-games: Perfect for people on the go, there are 32 mini-games where drivers can improve their skills.