Crazy Taxi for Dreamcast
"Ya Ya Ya Ya Ya!" Those are the famous words by which we are greeted to Sega's greatest gaming achievement since the Mega Drive days. You are a taxi driver with the mission of taking your passengers to their destination in style. The faster you get there, the more stunts you pull off, and the best short-cuts will all help towards your score.
If you're a fan of pop-punk from the late-90s then you're in for a treat, as the soundtrack features the legends that are Bad Religion and The Offspring. Unsurprisingly, these bands fit the gameplay style incredibly well, and some might even say their music is what makes this title so great.
I said it before, I'll say it again; Crazy Taxi is the most entertaining (if not the best) game on the Dreamcast, and whilst I wouldn't go so far as to imply the music is what pushes it up so highly, I'd be lying if I said it wasn't MY reason for playing this over the re-released versions over the years.