Road Trip Adventure

Road Trip Adventure, also known as Road Trip or Choro Q HG 2, is a video game for the PlayStation 2 developed by E-game (but commonly credited to Takara). The game was released in 2002 in Japan by Takara and in North America by Conspiracy Entertainment, and 2003 in Europe and other PAL regions by Play It.

The game combines elements from racing and adventure games, and is widely considered to be the best of the Choro Q series due to its large seamless world which the player can freely explore. The game takes place in a world where there are only cars and no people. Road Trip Adventure was released on the PlayStation Store for the PS3 on February 15, 2012 as part of the PS2 Classics release.

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