Crazy Taxi iOS confirmed to have original soundtrack, to release today

As predicted, Crazy Taxi is hitting the App Store this week! In fact, you might even be able to download it today. Crazy Taxi for iOS, which was announced Monday, has begun to roll out to App Stores around the globe with New Zealand getting it first and the US and Europe to follow later tonight/early tomorrow. The New Zealand product page lists all the features as well as reveals the price. The game will cost £2.99 / $4.99 and is sized at 125 MB.  The game is universal, however it does require iOS 4.3 or later. After the break, check out all the game’s features including confirmation of the original soundtrack!

Features include:

-Remastered for mobile devices based on the hugely popular Dreamcast Classic
-Rock out to original music by The Offspring and Bad Religion

-Extra large hills for extra long hang time
-Parked transporters with conveniently angled ramps
-Painfully slow buses and cable cars to frustrate and annoy
-Occasional deep sea exploration opportunities

Choose from 3, 5 or 10 minute game play in Arcade Mode and Original Mode

-Continue the madness with 16 Mini games
-Listen to tracks from your own music playlist
-Game Center Leaderboard and Achievement support
-Universal Build – Buy once and play across multiple iOS devices


8 responses to “Crazy Taxi iOS confirmed to have original soundtrack, to release today

  1. Corin says:

    Hope this gets an Android release.
    Don’t see why most titles get Ios first.
    Come on Sega pull your finger out!

  2. Kazama says:

    So console/pc re-releases gets the PSP soundtrack while the iOS gets the original soundtrack…. urgh

  3. Orta says:

    There was money to license the music on the version with the shit controls?

  4. Shigs says:

    Okay, I never, NEVER really get mad at a company for anything, but if Sega releases this on iOS and does NOT patch the 360/PS3/PSP game with the original soundtrack I’m going to be seriously pissed. That’s not right. I grew up with the offspring soundtrack on the Dreamcast and playing the PS3 version is like be like playing Jet Set Radio with some new, crappy techno.

  5. Samor says:

    the positive thing is that Sega recently moved from crappy/half-decent ports to good ports; if you look at the quality of JSR and SA2 (and Nights) compared to the earlier DC ports, the difference is stunning. Perhaps this Crazy Taxi port was done differently too.

  6. segaismysavior says:

    The actual trailer makes it look outstanding. I’m open to tilt controls, so I’d love to try it out.

    Also, Android version is confirmed, but no date yet. My phone won’t do it justice, but I hope to get a tablet someday and will have an Ouya once those ship.

  7. youcantcatchtheblue says:

    I think the real question here is “Will we be able to Limit Break with touch controls?”

  8. dan says:

    Ok we got the original soundtrack, but are KFC and Pizza Hut (and Levi’s, etc) back?

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