Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Chronicles
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2 era defining RPG's, one box. Amazing.
12 April 2013
Summary: Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger in one package? Just superficially I challenge someone to find a problem with that? Two of the best offerings from Squaresoft packaged into one game for your viewing pleasure. I'm glad I could re-acquire this, along the other Final Fantasy games, and Chrono Cross after having parted with mine as a child. These two games played a pivotal role in keeping Squaresoft alive as a company, and the Playstation 1 the best console out there.
Summary: Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy IV are classics for the rpg genre, there's just one problem. They are expensive as all hell. The cartridges alone will set you back hundreds of dollars and finding them with a box and manual is more like thousands. Assuming you don't have that kind of money lying around this is your best bet. They have all the same features and story but have a few new things added(mainly cut-scenes) to set them apart.
Summary: I already own chrono trigger for the snes, but thats only half the game. Character artwork was done by the man behind Dragon Ball Z, in the snes version this work only appears as the character image, the ps1 version contains the FMV sequences featuring the animated characters. Why did they create these FMVs when the snes could not play them?
Summary: Two of the best classic game final fantasy 4 and chrono trigger...I mostly play chrono trigger cause it was the very once new thing is the new game +.Beat the game and start a new game with all your powerful item it priceless lol...Final Fantasy 4 is a good game I love to summoning all the summoner it petty cool...
Summary: You remember the glory days, right? When you walked up to your ol' gray and purple friend, grabbed a cartridge, blew in it for luck, and stuffed it in. You remember your Super Nintendo. And chances are, you remember one of THE BEST RPGS EVER: Chrono Trigger. The story line was great, the game play was amazing.. Hell, even the artwork was good. (Yeah, you watched Dragonball Z) Thanks to this game, those glory days can be relived on your Playstation.
Summary: For all of Square's explosive growth over the last few years, Final Fantasy Chronicles proves that the company hasn't forgotten its roots. Like 1999's Final Fantasy Anthology, which saw the release of Final Fantasies V and VI, Chronicles is a repackaging of two of Square's greatest triumphs from the golden 16-bit era--here, Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger make their return.
Summary: an awesome classic rpg, redone w/ added stuff. any final fantasy fan would love this set. final fantasy 4 was release here in the us as f.f 2. and chrono's trigger was the title for the other.
Summary: I can't say enough about these 2 awesome games. I played the original games on the SNES and fell in love with them, which are 2 of my favorite of all time. There were some changes made in this re-release though, namely the short movies, some text in game, and a few others. The added movies are a plus, although unnecessary they are a nice bonus. Apparently some of the text was rewritten, which I was overall disappointed with.