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Combat Choro Q, Action, 1999



Developer: Barnhouse Effect

Publisher: Takara

Damageable vehicles: No

Tracks or places: ?

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RVR72GV ID (257)

2012-06-17 09:37

Prequel of PS2's Seek and Destroy (also known as Shin Combat Choro Q in Japan), which ironically have more features than its PS2 sequel (custom tank; you can customize your original tank in the similar fashion of PSX-era Choro Q series, boss battles against oversized tanks, more mission & battle arena variety, more 'realistic' gameplay; limited fuel which acts as time limit, limited ammo that doesn't automatically replenishes over time, etc) although you can't customize preset/real world tank here and no world map/free roaming around the town.

For me, it's basically Armored Core with super-deformed tanks.

-- Last edit: 2012-06-17 13:12:33

strike9 US (11)

2012-08-13 22:09

?? wouldn't a game like this have some form of damage?

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