Doesn't live up to the better entries in the Choro Q catalog
14 April 2012
Summary: Before I begin, I realize this review is highly subjective but I'm going to try to make it as objective as possible. I own several other games from the Choro Q universe: Penny Racers (N64), Road Trip: Arcade Edition (Gamecube), Everywhere: Road Trip (PS2), Gadget Racers (PS2), and Choro Q (PS2). My favorites being Gadget Racers and Choro Q for their extensive upgrade system and fun driving.
Summary: This is a game where you race small toy cars(penny racers to be exact)on a number of diverse tracks. What I really liked about this game was that many of the cars are actual car models and you can mix your own color paint. Some of the models available are: Nissan: Skyline GTR(KPGC10 and r34) cube Fairlady Z(s30 and s33) Sunny truck elgrand March X-trail Mazda: Miata RX7 RX8 Cosmo Sports Toyota: 2000GT Wish Prius Yaris Trueno(ae86) Century IQ Mitsubishi: Lancer EVO(VIII...
Summary: Bought this game for my little brother (he is 7 and an avid Mario Kart player). This game has several strong points going for it: great pick up and play game play with the Wii wheel for all ages (he is 7, I am 22 and it presents challenges to the both of us), also there are many, many cars from such as real models (NSX, Skyline, Lancer Evo, etc) to comical fake models such as a bowl of ramen noodles and monster trucks.