Choro-Q 3 (Japanese: チョロQ3) is a 1998 Playstation game developed by Tamsoft and published by Takara. The game was released in only released in Japan in 1998. This was the third in the original Choro-Q line of video games. A fan-translated version of the game exists on the internet.
Free Play Mode Edit
It's the classic one-player mode. There are 6 cars to choose from, and 6 courses as well. Same applies for Vs. Play mode.
Grand Prix Mode Edit
The main mode in Choro-Q 3,. The player starts out with the option of six available bodies.
- Mazda RX-7 FD3S
- Nissan Skyline GT-R KGC110
- Honda City Turbo
- Mazda Carol 360
- Renault Twingo
- Toyota Dyna
The player is then taken to the Grand Prix mode main menu, with the option to explore Choro-Q City, free run on available tracks, race, or access the options. You should first explore Choro-Q City, as that's where all shops (like the Body Shop and Parts Shop) are located, and accessing them will allow the player to select them from the City menu in the Main Menu. Progressing the game will unlock more shops, as well as the Grand Prix race option and the Day/Night switch.
Choro-Q 3 City Edit
There are billboards scattered around the city. These billboards usually contain either information or challenges, finding billboards and doing the challenges will award you with Choro-Q Coins. Before entering the city, there's a screen giving you hints as to whether a new track or shop has been unlocked.
- Like most Japanese Choro-Q games, the game features licensed brands such as Toyota Racing Development (TRD) and Yokohama Advan.