As of May 9th 2020, Yasuhiro Nakamura, the artist who created the Choro-Q art style has passed away... We will miss him dearly.

Announcements and Updates

  • Today is a sad day, especially amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, I thought to announce this since it is a very important and tragic event. Yashuhiro Nakamura has been announced that he has passed away on May 9th, 2020. Reasons why, I cannot find information about. Yasuhiro Nakamura is the artist who has created many of the cover art for the Choro-Q series with his beautiful '80's art style. From what I understand from the post, his art has impacted series like Gundam and inspired artists such as Akira Toriyama. He shall be missed dearly. Please give him all the love and thank you for bringing this wonderful world of Choro-Q into our lives! Let's continue to share our love for this series forever! <3
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  • Choro-Q of the month will return in 2020... we forgot about that really. \o/

  • Hello Q-members! Do you want to help the wikia grow? Well, we need help on finish and creating new pages! Lend us your knowledge and help us out! Check the Article Stubs and edit them!

I know we don't update often but I hope everyone is doing fine! Now I'm curious, what would you guys like to see us get done on the Wiki? Now... I don't remember which games we finished but we may go back and put more information on pages so. :) So let's start with the PS2 games available!

The poll was created at 16:47 on December 9, 2019, and so far 20 people voted.

Choro-Q of the Month!

Kiyokichi (Japanese: キヨキチ Kiyokichi) is a recruitable car found in Fuji City. He is seen driving in the moat that encloses Fuji City Castle, and is keen on the Treasure Hunting Maze. Kiyokichi reveals that he used to play Chicken with the King of Fuji City and he lost, but he always keeps him busy.

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