In 1995, Squaresoft shocked the gaming world with its soon-to-be hit-release Chrono Trigger. With its beautiful music and (then) unparalleled graphics,
plus a hooking plot and a well-developed storyline, Chrono Trigger was hailed as a video game giant. Even today it is a favourite amoung RPG-ers, often
coming first to mind at the mention of "video game classics."
Chrono Trigger spawned two sequels: Radical Dreamers: Le Trésor Interdit
, in 1999. Although Chrono Cross was not really a "sequel" in the traditional
sense of the word, it was another victory in the gaming industry for Squaresoft. A PSX re-release came out (Final Fantasy Chronicles, which is a two-disc
set with Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger) in 2001, with cutscenes drawn by Toriyama Akira, mangaka of Dragonball Z fame (and the guy who drew the CT
characters in the first place).
Chrono Trigger takes place in 1000 AD, and revolves around the adventures of a young boy who suddenly gets thrown into the past after a girl by a friend's
science experiment gone horribly wrong. After several misadventures, and more time-traveling, Crono and friends learn that their world is in peril, and
they decide to take matters into their own hands. Join Crono, Marle, Lucca, and many others, and step through the portal into the unknown.
Of Frogs and Queens and Mutant Hamsters
Back to Life, Back to Reality
For Future Reference
The End of Time and Other People's Closets
The Hero and the Masamune
Blast to the Past
Dance With Death
The Crimson Flame
The Magic Kingdom
Break the Seal
Golems and Jail
Rebirth at Death Peak
Fiona and the Sandpit
The Mystics, Revisited
Mother and the Brain
It's a Rock!
I See Dead People
The Colours, How They Sparkle
The King and I
You Know, That Big Black Thing is Kinda Annoying
Giant Porcupine of DOOM
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