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Taxi Chaos Review
Posted: 7 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
The passengers that you pick up are crazy characters, from a hipster and a plumber to a rock star and an alien, who make you take the fastest routes through the city as possible. You make jumps through the city in one of a wide range of un-lockable vehicles, each having different attributes. You take shortcuts, cut corners and perform stunts to increase your speed and get your bizarre passenger to their destination and earn more fares.
Taxi Chaos is a casual arcade racing game for the family to enjoy which allows you to explore a city with New York inspired locations as well as speeding through traffic to beat the game before you run out of time.
Content Rating: PEGI 3
Release Date: 28/02/2021
Platforms: PS4, Switch and Xbox One
Genres: Open World and Racing
Rated PEGI 3. Driving is frantic and it is possible to hit objects and other vehicles. However, such collisions do no apparent damage to the objects, nor to the characters. Pedestrians always jump out of the way if you are coming towards them, making it impossible to hit them. There is use of the words 'heck' and 'crap'. One customer makes a reference to wine.
ESRB EVERYONE 10+ for Mild Suggestive Themes and Mild Violence. As players drive around a city picking up fares, they can barrel through various obstacles and crash into other cars. Pedestrians are sometimes seen diving out of players' path. Some of the dialogue contains innuendo and mild suggestive humor (e.g., “His dating profile said he likes it a bit dirty”; “That backseat upholstery has memories, man”; and a joke about tattoos—“My cousin's a fan of the Chicago Pickles. Ended up with something very suggestive on his face.").
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