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Crazy Drivers Ed (GCN)
By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on December 05, 2003   |   Episode 25 (Show Archive)  

   

You loved Crazy Taxi and it's two sequels, but didn't like the limited one player gameplay. Don't you worry about that, Sega is back to give you something that's fast paced, educational, and frustrating and hell. That's right, it's Sega's Crazy Drivers Ed (click the pic to see full cover)!

What sets Crazy Drivers Ed apart from the copy cats is the crazy multiplayer settings. Since there are two steering wheels (one for the driver and one for the student) and two pairs of pedals, it only makes sense for Sega to include a frustrating two player mode. One player controls one steering wheel, the other can either help out or screw everything up leading to Crazy Fist Fights between gamers.

And if you have four GameCube controls your student peers can sit in the back seats and throw stuff out the windows, bad mouth the driving, and even smack pedestrians with the doors. And best of all, you will finally be able to run over that grumpy old Principal, the eccentric French teacher, or even the just-out-of-college female teacher who has slept with just about every staff member.

Problem is, Sega hasn't spent much time on the cover art. Like the Crazy Taxi cover (see right) Sega has gone for the minimalist look. Perhaps hoping to sell it on the name alone (or just not deal with the controversial teenage drivers that would litter the covers), Sega certainly hasn't spent the money when developing this artwork. But like the original Crazy Taxi, gamers should have no problem getting into this fast paced driving game. Here's to Sega pushing the envelope when it comes to educational software.
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