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Combat Choro-Q (Japanese: コンバットチョロQ Konbatto Chorokyū) is a tank-based action game on the Sony PlayStation video game console, developed by Barnhouse Effect and published by Takara.

It was first released on February 25, 1999. It was re-released on December 7, 2000, as part of The Best for Family collection, and again on June 24, 2004 as part of the PS One Books series.

StoryEdit

The Q-Tank Kingdom was occupied by the Q-Stein Empire! Now, remodel your Combat Choro-Q into an unbeatable Q-Tank and take back the occupied Q-Tank Kingdom! If you clear all the operations with good results, you will be able to go through the Arc de Triomphe into the Q-Tank Kingdom. Good luck!

Q-Tank CategoriesEdit

  • Custom Tank - You can customize only this tank and install a variety of over 100 custom parts.
  • 2P Battle Selection
  • Tanks: the U.S.A.
  • Tanks: Germany 1
  • Tanks: Germany 2
  • Tanks: Russia
  • Tanks: the UK
  • Tanks: the other counties

Choro-Q Battle LineEdit

The Choro-Q Battle Line is a top menu of the game.

  • Select Mission (作戦選択)
  • Garage (ガレージ)
  • Shop (ショップ)
  • Arena (アリーナ)
  • Config (コンフィグ)
  • Save (セーブ)

ControlsEdit

PLEASE NOTE: To use the analog sticks for gameplay, activate the analog mode on any PlayStation compatible controller that has dual analog sticks, such as the Dual Shock.

MenuEdit

  • D-Pad - Highlight selection
  • Circle/Left Analog Stick (L3) - Confirm selection
  • X/Square/Right Analog Stick (R3) - Cancel selection, return to previous menu

Tank OperationEdit

  • D-Pad - Turn left or right
  • X - Use special weapons
  • Circle - Move forward
  • Square - Move backwards
  • Tirangle - Fire main gun
  • L1 - Turn turret counter-clockwise (left)
  • L2 - Change perspective
  • R1 - Turn turret clockwise (right)
  • R2/Right Analog Stick (R3) - Fire main gun
  • Left Analog Stick Forward - Forward, backwards, turn
  • Right Analog Stick - Rotate turret
  • Select - Pause, call menu

Beginner SpecificationsEdit

  • D-Pad - Move forward and backwards, turn left or right
  • X - Fire main gun
  • Circle - Turn turret clockwise (right)
  • Square - Turn turret counter-clockwise (left)
  • Triangle - Use special weapons
  • L2 - Change perspective
  • Right Analog Stick (R3) - Fire main gun
  • Left Analog Stick Forward - Forward, backwards, turn
  • Right Analog Stick - Rotate turret
  • Select - Pause, menu call

Pro SpecificationsEdit

  • D-Pad - Turn left or right
  • X - Move forward
  • Circle - Change perspective
  • Square - Move backwards
  • Triangle - Use special weapons
  • L1 - Turn turret counter-clockwise (left)
  • L2 - Use special weapons
  • R1 - Turn turret clockwise (right)
  • R2/Right Analog Stick (R3) - Fire main gun
  • Left Analog Stick Forward - Forward, backwards, turn
  • Right Analog Stick - Rotate turret
  • Select - Pause, menu call
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