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Chrono Trigger (Japanese: クロノ・トリガー, Hepburn: Kurono Torigā) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. Chrono Trigger's development team included three designers that Square dubbed the "Dream Team": Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Square's Final Fantasy series; Yuji Horii, a freelance designer and creator of Enix's popular Dragon Quest series; and Akira Toriyama, a freelance manga artist famed for his... View more [Wikipedia]

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Dr EggnogChrono Trigger

1 year ago

I moved my score up from a 5 to a 5.5. So I threw all you Chrono Trigger fans a bone. You're welcome.

Odyssey RPGChrono Trigger

1 year ago

Amazing/informative review of this gem.

Chrono Trigger - Review and Analysis

It took longer than I expected, but here is my Chrono Trigger review at last. Because this is my favorite game of all time I really tried to be inclusive of ... - Play Video

Husky WingChrono Trigger

2 years ago

Do I want the PSone version on PSN for $4, or the DS version for $20? How big of an upgrade is the DS version?

rockshard PhD I'm conflicted about playing the SNES version because the fact the game is available on DS and PSN means the SNES version is obsolete. (And SNES emulation on PSP evidently is not so good, so there's that too) I'm considering downloading the PS1 version instead of the SNES version. Just wondering though, what is the PSN version based on? Because I doubt the game was ever released by itself for the PS1, at least not in the US.

1 year ago

rockshard PhD ah, the download is listed as "Final Fantasy Chronicles - Chrono Trigger". But I don't know if it differs from the PSN version. For all I know it could be literally the same aside from missing manual.

1 year ago

rockshard PhD Come to think of it, what *is* the manual for Chrono Trigger on PSN? Does it even have one? If the game is from the collection then it never had an english manual that was just for Chrono Trigger.

1 year ago

Bryan Leontes wrote his opinion about Chrono Trigger

2 years ago

One of the best of all time....I think. I never finished it so can't rank it higher. I rented it as a kid and only played a small portion of it...but that portion was so awesome, it still made my top 100 list.

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)

Dr EggnogChrono Trigger

2 years ago

The composer worked so intensely on the soundtrack that he gave himself a stomach ulcer.

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Dr Eggnog wrote his opinion about Chrono Trigger

3 years ago

It's a perfectly playable game and the boss fights can be really fun. The music's a mixed bag for me but overall I like the soundtrack. But I find most of the combat way too easy and don't get a whole lot out of the story and characters outside of a couple sections, plus I'm not a big fan of the art style. The future has a neat atmosphere though.

Score: 5.5 (Average!)

nodley Green I think it's great until you can move freely through time, then I hate it for some reason.

3 years ago

Stephanie Taylor See, I thought this game was way prettier than like the Final Fantasies on SNES. It's more detailed, including the character sprites, which allows for pretty expressive animations, and I find it more colorful, imaginative, and lively too. The game also sucked me in right from the start while I played FFVI for an hour and then got bored. Time travel tends to be an easy win with me, but seeing the story piece itself together across thousands of years, in an anachronistic fashion, was just really compelling to me. Do agree that the characters themselves aren't much to write home about, though.

3 years ago

Sir larosenin This is the first time I feel there should be a dislike button...

2 years ago

Kevin Soehren wrote his opinion about Chrono Trigger

3 years ago

If I had to make a Top 100 music tracks in gaming, about a third of them would be from Chrono Trigger. Highlights include the various Guardia-themed tracks, the Kingdom of Zeal's assortment of atmospheric tracks, 2300 AD's music when exploring, the basic Battle music, the character themes for Frog, Robo, Magus, and Lavos, and the dungeon music for Magus's Castle, Tyran Castle, and the Black Omen. Plus, "At The Bottom of Night" and "The Day The World Revived" are genuinely emotional.

I just unintentionally listed about half of the game's soundtrack as hgihlights, but that's only because so many tracks fully capture their corresponding area, character, or other subject, and do so in a way that makes the best use of the SNES's capabilities.

Singing Mountain is also phenomenal, but it was cut from actual gameplay.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

adam howard wrote his opinion about Chrono Trigger

3 years ago

Frog is the coolest ally ever. I guess the rest of the game is cool too.

Darius Byrd wrote his opinion about Chrono Trigger

3 years ago

Listen to it, Enough Said!!!


Official Titles(● = Original Title)

  • wwUnited Kingdom Chrono Trigger
  • Japan クロノ・トリガー
  • Japan Kurono Torigā
  • South Korea 크로노 트리거
  • China 时空之轮
  • China Shí kōng zhī lún
  • Saudi Arabia كرونو تريغر

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