I still have (and play) Crazy Taxi for both the Gamecube and the PSP (complete with custom soundtrack to get the Offspring songs back). Love love love it. This game was responsible for reinvigorating my love of gaming back when the Dreamcast was new.
In fact, I have the Dreamcast version too, though it's somewhere in a bag with the Dreamcast itself. Maybe I should remedy that.
Fantastic news. The Dreamcast was good for two games in my mind, Powerstone and CRAZY TAXI. I could play CT for hours on end. I later bought Crazy Taxi for the PS2, and the game somehow stunk royally. In fact, it was the only game ever to give me a "an error has occured with this disk" message for my PS2.
I'm glad I kept some XBL points handy just in case something really cool came out (such as this).
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
I think it has do with the fact that when the lightsabers are used in Luke/Han era of the Star Wars universe that they are a throwback to the olden days. It's not like lightsabes were meant to be high tech weapons at that time.