In 1995, Squaresoft shocked the gaming world with it's 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.
Chrono Trigger spawned two sequels: Radical Dreamers: Le Trésor Interdit (The Forbidden Treasure) (1996) and
Chrono Cross, in 1999. Radical Dreamers is a text-based RPG (kinda like those Choose Your Own Adventure books),
and the only art would be the intro and the background pictures in the game, so don't play this if you don't like reading. It was released
only in Japan, for the SFC, to play via satellite link (Bandai Satelliview, an SFC add-on) (and yes, the ROM, patched, is available to
download on the Downloads page).
This is the story of Serge, Kid, and Magil, who are on a quest to steal the Frozen Flame from Lynx in Viper Manor. ... it may sound like
this is exactly like Chrono Cross, but this is where the parallels end. Join this group of three heroes in their quest, and venture out
into the darkness of the unknown.
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