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    Road Trip

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released Jan 10, 2002

    Known in Japan as "Choro Q HG 2" and in Europe as "Road Trip Adventure", Road Trip combines the series' traditional racing and customization of miniature cars with a new open-world experience and numerous game modes.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Road Trip last edited by Nes on 05/22/20 04:33PM View full history


    Road Trip is an adventure/racing game with a free form structure and open world gameplay. Players start out with a basic car and can compete in races, do miscellaneous chores, or simply drive around the amazingly large world. Contrary to the cover, the game has a very cutesy art style. Players can upgrade their car with all kinds of different parts. Some, like the rocket booster, help the player reach new areas. Players can collect ChoroQ coins scattered about the environment and exchange them for upgrades. Not much is known about this game and it sold poorly in the US. Most who have played it would consider it a cult classic.

    The story revolves around the player (a sentient car) adventuring and racing across an open world to gain entry into the race which will decide the next president.


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