History VideoGame / ChoroQ

1st May '18 5:06:01 AM Kuresshendotora
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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The racing teams and certain other groups or factions have their own colours. The racing teams even display their own wheel colours during Grand Prixs.
** Postmen: Cyan
** Team Ranolfka: Red
** Team Pomnik: Yellow
** Tough Chicks: Black
** Team Sovass: Blue
** Team Kisbaba: Pink
** Team Megbeth: Green (more obvious with Nyakki)
** Team Getra: Black and gold
18th Feb '18 10:52:18 AM nombretomado
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It should be noted that the PS2 games has different developers. What was localized as Road Trip Adventure (US,EU) and Gadget Racers (EU) was, respectively Choro Q [=HG2=] and Choro Q [=HG3=] by E-game. And what was localized as Penny Racers (EU) and Choro-Q (US,EU, by Atlus and Zoo Digital) was, respectively, Choro Q HG and Choro Q [=HG4=] by Barnhouse Effect (that also develops SeekAndDestroy2002)

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It should be noted that the PS2 [=PS2=] games has different developers. What was localized as Road Trip Adventure (US,EU) and Gadget Racers (EU) was, respectively Choro Q [=HG2=] and Choro Q [=HG3=] by E-game. And what was localized as Penny Racers (EU) and Choro-Q (US,EU, by Atlus and Zoo Digital) was, respectively, Choro Q HG and Choro Q [=HG4=] by Barnhouse Effect (that also develops SeekAndDestroy2002)
30th Jan '18 6:55:45 PM Discar
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* TheKingdom: The Protons and Nibelians are this.
16th Oct '17 5:21:25 AM Beverly
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It should be noted that the PS2 games has different developers. What was localized as Road Trip Adventure (US,EU) and Gadget Racers (EU) was, respectively Choro Q HG2 and Choro Q HG3 by E-game. And what was localized as Penny Racers (EU) and Choro-Q (US,EU, by Atlus and Zoo Digital) was, respectively, Choro Q HG and Choro Q HG4 by Barnhouse Effect (that also develops SeekAndDestroy2002)

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It should be noted that the PS2 games has different developers. What was localized as Road Trip Adventure (US,EU) and Gadget Racers (EU) was, respectively Choro Q HG2 [=HG2=] and Choro Q HG3 [=HG3=] by E-game. And what was localized as Penny Racers (EU) and Choro-Q (US,EU, by Atlus and Zoo Digital) was, respectively, Choro Q HG and Choro Q HG4 [=HG4=] by Barnhouse Effect (that also develops SeekAndDestroy2002)
7th Jul '17 9:14:40 AM Piterpicher
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* BlandNameProduct: All the cars go by ChoroQ No.###, some with the option to rename them. Eventually subverted with Works, with cost of non-Japanese cars.

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* BlandNameProduct: All the cars go by ChoroQ [=ChoroQ=] No.###, some with the option to rename them. Eventually subverted with Works, with cost of non-Japanese cars.
1st Jun '17 12:11:34 PM LucianTheLugia
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* Shout-Out: A pair of worker cars are named [[Franchise/StarWars Han and Chewy.]]
19th May '17 2:21:57 AM EggManStudio
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A popular Japanese racing game series based on pullback toys created by Takara Corp. since 1978. The toys the games were based on were [[SuperDeformed chibi cars with small ledge between front and back tires]] with a license-plate esque coin slot the back (which also tells the series number of the cars). With a coin inserted in the slot, the car will be able to do wheelies and stunts, hence being sold in the Western hemisphere as "Penny Racers". The majority of them are caricatures of actual cars, although since the end of 90s the exterior detail and rarity increases (while still being SuperDeformed) to the point that the Japanese made toys are legitimate collector items. Its popularity has led the company into making many spinoffs of the series. There were even [[ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping low-priced]] imitators of the toys -- {{Shoddy Knockoff Product}}s. The series did get imported overseas under the name of "Gadget Racers" and "Penny Racers" with help from other companies such as Conspiracy Entertainment, Midas Interactive Entertainment and Play It!.

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A popular Japanese racing game series based on pullback toys created by Takara Corp. since 1978. The toys the games were based on were [[SuperDeformed chibi cars with small ledge between front and back tires]] with a license-plate esque coin slot the back (which also tells the series number of the cars). With a coin inserted in the slot, the car will be able to do wheelies and stunts, hence being sold in the Western hemisphere as "Penny Racers". The majority of them are caricatures of actual cars, although since the end of 90s the exterior detail and rarity increases (while still being SuperDeformed) to the point that the Japanese made toys are legitimate collector items. Its popularity has led the company into making many spinoffs of the series. There were even [[ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping low-priced]] imitators of the toys -- {{Shoddy Knockoff Product}}s. The series did get imported overseas under the name of names "Gadget Racers" and Racers", "Penny Racers" and "Road Trip" with help from other companies such as Conspiracy Entertainment, Midas Interactive Entertainment and Play It!.
21st Mar '17 7:00:49 PM nombretomado
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** Blue Lake area in ''Wonderul'', [[spoiler: present day of Blue City]], is a sunken ruin, [[UpToEleven with one pickup truck parking calmly in one spot, openning a Q's garage.]]
* SuperTitle64Advance: ''Choro Q 64'', one of the many {{Nintendo 64}} games that put 64 in their titles.

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** Blue Lake area in ''Wonderul'', [[spoiler: present day of Blue City]], is a sunken ruin, [[UpToEleven with one pickup truck parking calmly in one spot, openning opening a Q's garage.]]
* SuperTitle64Advance: ''Choro Q 64'', one of the many {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} games that put 64 in their titles.
8th Mar '17 3:00:30 AM Kuresshendotora
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* NoCommunitiesWereHarmed: The vast majority of racecourses and hubs are fictionally designed whereas a minority of them are likely influenced by real-life locations.
** Asian City in Choro Q HG is simply based on Chinese cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Zhengzhu.
** Choro Q HG 2: Fuji City and one of its racecourses Temple Raceway is roughly based on Hiroshima with a Feudal Japan theme. Sandpolis is an obvious incarnation of Las Vegas. Chestnut Canyon is likely based off Grand Canyon.
** Choro Q HG 3: Asian Miracle is set in the Great Wall of China.
4th Feb '17 6:37:03 AM TheLazyCooper
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* ''Boku no Choro Q'' (a board game)
* ''Choro Q Wii'' (Micro-Machines inspired)

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* ''Boku no Choro Q'' (a board game)
(is a game that teaches preschool children about transport by using mini-games, traffic safety messages and some information about vehicles like planes and emergency vehicles.)
* ''Choro Q Wii'' (Micro-Machines inspired)(is a party game based racing game. It has different modes like mini-game, racing and multiplayer mode.)
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