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Developer: Papaya Studio
Platforms: Xbox, PS2
Genre: 3 rd person action
Release Date: Spring 2006

Based on director Martin Scorsese's gritty and disturbing 1976 film-noir classic, Taxi Driver further develops the psychological madness within the obsessed, alienated anti-hero cab driver and war vet, Travis Bickle. Bickle, still longing for a real rain to wash the scum off the neon lit streets of New York City , is forced to take matters into his own hands to cleanse the city of filth, fraud and corruption.

Gameplay:

Taxi Driver puts you in control of the volatile and fearless Travis Bickle in a true to life recreation of late 1970's New York City . Through a combination of driving and on-foot combat missions, you must rid the streets of devious characters and put an end to their shady activities throughout the city.

Are you talkin' to me?

Game Play Features:

•  Take out the opposition with a vast array of weapons, including the Colt 25, .44 Magnum, Mac 10, Shotgun, and M-16

•  Fire pistols and SMG's as duel weapons for double the carnage

•  Track down enemies and complete missions throughout New York City in Bickle's iconic taxi

•  Execute a multitude of grisly finishing moves

•  Features an eclectic mix of 70's themed music

•  Dolby Digital 5.1 support

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