On February 28, Tomy is bringing tiny car racing to the Wii complete with motion controlled steering to Japan. Usually, I wouldn’t get too excited about another Choro Q game and shaking the remote to power charge a car. However, the diversity of mini-games that don’t needlessly tack on motion control make Choro Q Wii interesting. Beyond racing in a bedroom, Choro Q Wii has players crash into bowling pins and race forward to avoid being crushed by a giant baseball in Oodama Kurokashi. Just Stop has players drive as fast as possible and then stop on points. It’s similar to other mini-games where players try to avoid driving off a cliff, but want to get as close to the edge as possible
For a party Choro Q Wii has Coin Survival, a 2-4 player car battling game where players fight over coins. Players can use their customized Pirate, Duck Q or Dinosaur bus in this mode too. Yes, you can make a dinosaur bus and even more amusing a pig tank. Tomy has grown quite a bit thanks to the Naruto explosion in North America and Choro Q Wii doesn’t look it’s going to need tons of localization work. Perhaps, this will be their first non-Naruto release in North America?