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#1 Posted by pikafan1990 (41 posts) -

got this game yesterday.. seems like a classic rpg.. seems good so far.. would like to know views from others from the game

#2 Edited by juboner (183 posts) -

I thought it was really good but something about it left me wanting more towards the end. Maybe the story or I expected more interesting places to visit. The beggining is great but I was underwhelmed at the end. I thought FF6 was better. Oh and the battle system at first is really well executed in fights but later on not so much imo.

#3 Posted by ANIMEguy10034 (4480 posts) -

Many consider it as one of the best RPG ever made.

#4 Edited by munchmunch33 (10 posts) -

@pikafan1990: One of the greatest games i've played in my life

#5 Posted by Tonindo (439 posts) -

One of the best RPGs of all time.

#6 Edited by wiifan001 (18168 posts) -

my favorite rpg.

@pikafan1990: One of the greatest games i've played in my life

This, and I don't say it lightly

#7 Posted by pikafan1990 (41 posts) -

sounds great.. it is reminiscent of ff1.. is it connected to ff at all? i found the queen and just trying to level up as well.. i like the old style to it.. will write about this on my gaming site.. i write for 2 gaming websites..

#8 Posted by widdowson91 (1234 posts) -

Chrono Trigger is my second favourite video game of all time. It truly is one of those games that deserves ALL the praise it receives. From top to bottom the game is simply magnificent. Wonderful story. Likeable and believable characters. Great world. Fantastic atmosphere. Masterful music. Words can't really describe how much I adore it.

sounds great.. it is reminiscent of ff1.. is it connected to ff at all? i found the queen and just trying to level up as well.. i like the old style to it.. will write about this on my gaming site.. i write for 2 gaming websites..

It was developed my most of the team that made the classic Final Fantasy games for the SNES, but it's notably a collaboration between Hironobu Sakaguchi, creator of Final Fantasy, and Yuji Horii, creator of Dragon Quest. As a result it is the perfect mix between the two franchises.

#9 Edited by Yrkoon99 (406 posts) -

it is a awesome game :)

#10 Edited by turtlethetaffer (15602 posts) -

I played it in 2009 and was blown away. I've gotten all 15 endings on the DS version. So, yeah, it's one of my favorite games. Absolutely fantastic in just about every sense. Plus, dat soundtrack.

#11 Edited by AmazonTreeBoa (15963 posts) -

It is a game on my Amazon wish list to get for my 3DS. Video I have watched has me excited to play it.

#12 Posted by GreySeal9 (23312 posts) -

A pitch perfect RPG. It did everything right.

I still prefer Chrono Cross tho, mainly for aesthetic reasons.

#13 Posted by pikafan1990 (41 posts) -

never heard of Chrono Cross.. is there a series of these? oh great.. thought it was similar to Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. Recently got a Vita so hope I can play some classic stuff on that as well!

#14 Edited by turtlethetaffer (15602 posts) -

@pikafan1990: As I understand it, Chrono Cross is the only other Chrono game, and it's vaguely connected to Trigger.

Why haven't they rereleased it? I'd pick it up in a heartbeat if it does half the things right that Trigger did.

#15 Posted by spooky96 (1 posts) -

One of my favorite RPG game of all time. The music is so beautiful....

#16 Edited by pikafan1990 (41 posts) -

so the other chrono game has never been released? never heard of it..

#17 Edited by GreySeal9 (23312 posts) -

@turtlethetaffer said:

@pikafan1990: As I understand it, Chrono Cross is the only other Chrono game, and it's vaguely connected to Trigger.

Why haven't they rereleased it? I'd pick it up in a heartbeat if it does half the things right that Trigger did.

I think it does just as much right as Trigger, but it doesn't different things right.

For instance, Trigger has much better characters and character development and it tells it story much more crisply even if think Cross actually has the more interesting ideas. It also is more immediately fun.

Cross has the deeper, more innovative battle system and has an exotic visual presentation that makes Trigger's visuals look kind of plain by comparison.

Their soundtracks are both amazing, but I think Chrono Cross's is superior because the music sounds less "gamey". Along with Final Fantasy X, I'd say Chrono Cross has the best music I've ever heard in a game.

The key to enjoying Chrono Cross is to treat as a entirely separate game from Chrono Trigger. Besides some Trigger references, enemies on screen rather than random encounters, and the "small" world map, it really doesn't bear any similarity to Trigger.

#18 Posted by pikafan1990 (41 posts) -

thanks.. will have to look that one up too.. i like the retro rpg element of chrono trigger.. i like games like that.. got a ps vita and not sure which ff to play.. someone mentioned ff6 is that on the vita?

#19 Posted by hydralisk86 (8429 posts) -

@pikafan1990: I think you can get it for the PSP through the PSN, not sure for the PS Vita, but you should check.

#20 Posted by _TheJoker_ (6013 posts) -

@pikafan1990: One of the greatest games i've played in my life

This.

Played it on the SNES, Nintendo DS and also non legal ways.

One of the greatest games, and greatest RPG of all time. Maybe it is not THAT good today, but back in the day it was the very best for me.

#21 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (15963 posts) -

@pikafan1990: I think you can get it for the PSP through the PSN, not sure for the PS Vita, but you should check.

PSP games that are bought through download will play on the Vita as well.

#22 Posted by madsnakehhh (13915 posts) -

My favorite SNES game, my favorite RPG game and my 2nd. favorite game of all time (behind OoT) so yeah, i think i like that game.

#23 Posted by ristactionjakso (5530 posts) -

One of the best games to ever be made.

#24 Edited by PurpleMan5000 (5700 posts) -

@pikafan1990: As I understand it, Chrono Cross is the only other Chrono game, and it's vaguely connected to Trigger.

Why haven't they rereleased it? I'd pick it up in a heartbeat if it does half the things right that Trigger did.

Chrono Cross was a PS1 game, so it's not available on Nintendo's eshop. You can download it for the PS3, the PSP, or the Vita, though.