Summary: I'm not sure why I waited until 2014 to play the definitive RPG experience of the 16 Bit generation. I'd always heard how great it was, but never got around to seeing for myself just how awesome it was. Maybe I was afraid I'd be disappointed after all the years of hype. I hate hype. Or maybe I just didn't believe deep down that a Super Nintendo game could stand the test of time in the same way Playstation's Final Fantasy VII has in my opinion.
Summary: This is the best RPG game I have ever played! The variety of characters provided allows the player to select a party that fits their fighting style. You get to explore the game pretty much freely and are provided with a variety of places across time. Whether playing old school on the SNES or on the go with the DS, this game is an adventure that has stood the test of time.
Summary: I don't actually play srpg that often. Action oriented rpg's like Dragon Dogma's: Dark Arisen I prefer. I thought maybe I won't like Chrono Trigger since I wanted something more action packed but boy was I in for a real surprise. I'm glad that I kept on playing since Chrono Trigger is one of the best games I have ever played and possibly of all time. Chrono Trigger is wonderful for a reason!
Time travel what more do you need to know than that....
2 August 2014
Summary: This is a great RPG created by Square Enix aka Square Soft. This game was first released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995 and, was re-released on the original Playstation system in 1999 which included anime cut scenes. In 2008 the Nintendo DS version was released with everything the Playstation version had and more, not too long after it's release it was nominated for "Best RPG for the Nintendo DS" in IGN's 2008 video game awards.
Summary: Chrono Trigger for the Nintendo DS allows me to relive my childhood days - and they even bring in *another* secret ending! If you're a fan of old-school RPG's and would love to play one with the original graphics and some added cut-scenes on a handheld system, this would definitely be an excellent addition to your collection. Many have celebrated Chrono Trigger as one of the greatest games of all time - I am up there with them.
An epic journey that will take you to various periods in time with diverse characters from numerous time periods.A timeless classic.
TidusandYuna1983ZackandAerith, Game Informer
16 January 2014
Summary: Chrono Trigger is a timeless classic,released back in 1995,developed by Square and the likes of Sakaguchi(Final Fantasy creator who wrote the story for many popular Final Fantasy games),Kitase(director of the development of many Final Fantasy games),Toriyama(Dragon Ball Z artist)were involved with the development of this game.
Summary: This has been one of my favorite games since I played the original version on the SNES. While the DS version doesn't add much new content, it's still a superb game. The characters, the story, the gameplay, the music... everything is very well executed. It's an awesome game, whether you have played it before or if it's your first time playing it. If you like RPG games you can't go wrong with this one.
Summary: Chrono Trigger transcends what most games will turn out to be: just a game. However, Chrono Trigger is different. Chrono Trigger is not just a game. Chrono Trigger is a masterstroke. It can be simply described as Nintendo doing everything right- just like titles such as Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, Mother 3, Metroid Prime, and other beloved masterpieces. The story is riveting in the same fashion as the Nintendo 64 Zelda games.
Summary: This is one of my all time favorite games for the SNeS generation or any generation for that matter. This DS port really does it justice. It's best played on an XL system the extra screen space really helps one to take in the cut scenes. The new touch control menus at the bottom take some getting used to but help clear up more space on the top. I played the original so much I had the script memorized so the new translation helps make the game feel a little fresher.
Summary: This is an excellent version of this classic Super Nintendo game. Not a lot has been added, and outside of plugging in some anime movies for specific story bits (that did not replace the in-game scenes) nothing has been changed (this is good).