Chocobo Racing, known in Japan as Chocobo Racing: Genkai e no Rōdo (チョコボレーシング 〜幻界へのロード〜, lit. "Chocobo Racing: Road to the Spirit World"), is a racing game for the PlayStation game console. The game was developed by Square Co., creators of the Final Fantasy series of video games. The game was first released in Japan in March 1999. North American and European releases followed that year.
As a formulaic kart racer, Chocobo Racing is often compared to Mario Kart and Crash Team Racing. The game's star and namesake is the Chocobo, the mascot of the Final Fantasy series. Other figures from..
IGN's Chocobo Racing complete strategy guide and walkthrough will lead you through every step of Chocobo Racing from the title screen to the final credits, including every collectible location ...
This game looks like Mario Kart and Crash Team Racing. Btw, the famous Chocobo has started to make another surprise for us. This game in my opinion has many interesting features including secret characters, mirror mode, etc. This game also supports dual shock controller for more smoothing control.
For Chocobo Racing on the PlayStation, GameFAQs has 8 guides and walkthroughs.
----- CHOCOBO RACING WALKTHROUGH - A GUIDE ON ABILITIES AND POWER-UPS ----- *Note: I am writing this in 2011 so this guide is pretty much quite late and nobody probably plays this game anymore but ...
Chocobo Racing Wiki Guide. Your only chance to race with classic Squaresoft characters is in CHOCOBO RACING. Play the Story mode and help Chocobo as he tries to win the pieces of the legendary ...
Chocobo Racing for the Sony Playstation (PSX) Version 3.0 (Last Updated: June 15th, 2000) FINAL UPDATE This FAQ/Walkthrough is made by Fierydevil and cannot be used, or altered without permission from me. Look below for my email address. This is for the North American Version Of Chocobo Racing. Not the Japanese one.
Chocobo Racing. If you go to the monster page, under Sentinel, you can see how to get the Silver Chocobo. The best method for leveling your Silver Chocobo is as follows: Optional (will ...
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Chocobo Racing Basics. Just some basic things first: Races are competitions between 8 chocobos. You can choose from three different tracks, or allow the game to choose a track randomly. You only see chocobo names in the races. A blue name indicates another player is riding the chocobo. A green name indicates an NPC.
A guide showcasing how to find the Silver Chocobo crystal and then how level up the chocobo so it can become a champion racer in the Chocobo Races in Serendipity.
Release date(s): March 18, 1999: NA JP: February 10, 2009 (PSOne Classic)
Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer
Chocobo Racing, known in Japan as Chocobo Racing: Genkai e no Rōdo, is a racing game for the PlayStation game console. The game was developed by Square Co., creators of the Final Fantasy series of video games. The game was released in Japan in March 1999. North American and European releases followed that year. As a formulaic kart racer, Chocobo Racing is often compared to Mario Kart and Crash Team Racing. The game's star and namesake is the Chocobo, the mascot of the Final Fantasy series. Other figures from the game series, such as Mog the Moogle, the Black Mage, and Cid, fill out the all-Final Fantasy cast. Most of the game's soundtrack is composed using songs from previous Final Fantasy titles. The game was later released in Japan alongside Chocobo Stallion and Dice de Chocobo as part of the Chocobo Collection. On December 20, 2001, the game was re-released individually as part of the PSone Books series.