Road Trip: Arcade Edition is the GameCube edition in the Road Trip series of racing games. This is a great arcade-style racing game for the Nintendo Gamecube. This game allows you to race tiny little toy cars around various oversized environments. Minigames Minigames include Drag Racing, Chicken in which players brake on the checkered line before falling off a cliff and shooting game where one player drives and collects ammo such as missiles, minigun ammo, and shotgun ammo while another player controls the equipped weapon, First-Person Style, and attempts to shoot the opposing vehicle three times. Some vehicles can only be unlocked by winning 1 st place in career mode races and tournaments, most of the unlockable bodies can only be bought from the shop, as well as all the other unlockable parts, minus the Devil Magnum, which can only be unlocked when the player returns to their garage after collecting all 100 Vehicles. Road Trip: The Arcade Edition, known as Gadget Racers in Europe and Choro Q! There are dozens of tiny cars to collect.
Players must complete tracks in Challenge Race and Grand Prix in order to play additional cars in any given game. This 3D game is only available for the. The Niro boosts allow a player to increase their speed for a short amount of time. Version Compatibility The graph below charts the compatibility with Road Trip: The Arcade Edition since Dolphin's 2. The Shop The Shop in the game has all of the above mentioned parts for purchase, but the inventory expands as players progress through the game. Winning races allows you to purchase upgrades and other vehicles. The Bodies, however, are just for looks, as well are the accessories.
It involves tiny little toy cars known in real life as Choro-Q or Penny Racers. Winning races allows you to purchase upgrades and other vehicles. Road Trip: The Arcade Edition is based mainly upon Road Trip Adventure, a predecessor, however was only sold for the GameCube. Allowing this, weapons were added to a more racing perspective to make it an arcade version. Players can also modify the two colors of their vehicles, and the tire colors as well, and can also rename their bodies.
The game also include weapons such as machine guns and shot guns. Without a weapon, the ammo pickup gives the player a Missile. Much like the Mario Kart series, this game features item pick-ups such as oil, nitrous, and ammo for the various weapons that you can purchase for your car. Winning races allows you to purchase upgrades and other vehicles. Most of the cars resemble super-deformed versions of popular automobiles, but the actual model names are not used. The usual racing game modes are present, single race, championship, and multi-player. You can also link this game with Road Trip: Shifting Gears.
There are dozens of tiny cars to collect. There are dozens of tiny cars to collect. Description Road Trip: Arcade Edition is the GameCube edition in the Road Trip series of racing games. It involves tiny little toy cars known in real life as or Penny Racers. Advertisements The Racetracks The game includes six different tracks, as well as three different lengths of the tracks, short, medium, and long.
I would highly recommend this game for fans of the Choro Q series and if you own a Gamecube it would not hurt to try this game out. There are many different modes in this game. The Weight Coin causes a large weight to appear on the car ahead of the player, and can be shaken off with the spin function. Tires, suspension, and equipped weapons affect the vehicles' performance. This game allows you to race tiny little toy cars around various oversized environments. You can also link this game with. .
Before I forget, I also want to give a brief nod to the arcade elements. Some of the tracks in this game appear to be scaled to the size of your racer, others take place in oversized real-world environments, like a house or a garden. Some modes are: Challenge Race, Drag Racing, and Grand Prix. For starters, if you are new to the series, this game consists of race, upgrade, and repeat. Road Trip: The Arcade Edition December 19, 2002 December 5, 2003 March 16, 2004 , , 4 Playable , , See also.
This 3D game is only available for the Nintendo GameCube. The tracks will be short, middle, long, short reversed, middle reversed, and long reversed. These Environments Include Road Trip Circuit, A track that starts out as an oval track that eventually increases to a massive circuit on the shoreline, Road Trip Park, A Offroad track that takes place in a nature park, and features bridges, jungle gyms, and a short river, After School, a track that takes racers around a school after hours, and one of its more notable sections is the pool area, where the player had to stay on the 'Floaties' to avoid falling into the water and losing speed, Kid's Room, a track that is made up of many toys and some school supplies. There are many different modes in this game. There is also a unlockable minigame in which players jump over hurdles and finish as fast as possible. Most of the cars resemble super-deformed versions of popular automobiles, but the actual model names are not used. One Engine Part of notability is the Legendary Devil Magnum Engine.