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Emergency Mayhem


0:0105/05/2008Posted by D+PAD StaffNo Comments

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but try explaining that to SEGA. The developer has been fiercely protective of its Crazy Taxi franchise in the past, even bringing EA to court for infringement for their startlingly similar The Simpsons Road Rage title. Now, 8 years on from Taxi’s initial release, Codemasters’ Emergency Mayhem hits the shelves, yet we doubt even SEGA would bother creating a furore over one of the laziest Wii titles in some time. Itself an aborted PS2 and Xbox title under the defunct Acclaim Development brand, Emergency Mayhem is another in a long line of rush-released, previous-gen ports that are beginning to seriously hamper the Wii’s third-party reputation…

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