- Debut: 1999
If you never played Crazy Taxi in the arcade as a kid, we feel bad for you. It was always one of the most beloved games there, especially since the arcade version allows you to use a steering wheel and normal gas/brake pedals. It just makes our cut because it hit arcades in early 1999 before being so popular that it was ported out to every home console of the generation by 2000. Developed by SEGA, it ended up going onto the Dreamcast system by 2000 and became the third highest-selling game on the console. The object of this game is simple. You operate as a taxi driver who must get their customers to their desired destination in a specific period of time. Various obstacles will prevent you from doing this, so you must do everything in your power to get to your destination in spite of them.