ChoroQ finds US publisher

Toy-based racing sim from Japan is picked up by Atlus USA.

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The fantasy racing game ChoroQ will be released by Atlus USA this fall. ChoroQ is the latest installment in a line of games based on a brand of toy cars of the same name, known as Penny Racers in the US. Atlus describes the game as a “CAR-PG” and says that it incorporates role-playing elements. Developer Takara also produces the toys, and the colorful graphics and wacky gameplay reflect that influence. The game is being released exclusively for the PlayStation 2 and will retail for $19.99.

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