Reviewed on Xbox

Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller

Reviewed By: Chris McRae

Computer Platform: XboX
Produced by: Hitmaker, SEGA
Price Range: $41-50
Learning curve time: 1-30 min.
Age level: Teen
ESRB Rating: T (Teen)

Genre: Arcade
Christian Rating: 5 of 5
   (nothing offensive)
Gameplay: 4 of 5
Violence: 5 of 5
Adult Content: 5 of 5

Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller.  Illustration copyrighted.
High Roller" is the third installment in SEGA's Crazy Taxi franchise. “High Roller” includes the West Coast level from the original Crazy Taxi, the Small Apple level from Crazy Taxi 2, and an all-new level, Glitter Oasis.

The game play is very simple; pick up customers and get them to their destination in the fastest amount of time. In Crazy X mode you play in mini-games to unlock hidden items. There's a total of 12 characters to play. Graphically, the game is lame. Small Apple is the prettiest level in the game, but by no means is it as pretty as Halo, Dead or Alive 3, or JSR: Future.

It says on the game box that it is rated T because of violence, I found none. You cannot run over anyone even if you tried, because they automatically run out of the way.

There are some customers in bikinis and thongs in West Coast.

Some songs include the “S” word if I heard correctly, and other foul language, but the “F” word is not present.

None, but the game's mascot resembles a demon with taxi checkers on it, but no one ever says it is.

A fun and addictive game, but is lacking in the graphics department.

Year of Release—2002

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