Excerpt: When I was 14, I spent hours upon hours playing Road Rash on the Sega Genesis, going through the same race over and over with the second-worst bike in the game (it was best to get the second-worst bike because it's pretty much impossible to win a race with the worst bike). After winning some large amount of races, I would have enough money to buy the best bike in the game.
Excerpt: ChoroQ is a cute racer with an in-depth RPG story line that will keep you going back time after time. The graphics of ChoroQ definitely lie on the cartoony side. The cars are brightly colored and bubbly, reminding me of toy cars. The tracks and landscapes follow suit with their slightly exaggerated characteristics, the stands filled with cars, and the “houses” for the various vehicles being little more than garages.