Another video game that defined my childhood Chrono Trigger will soon be on the Wii Virtual Console. Another classic Square RPG that has been named one of the greatest video games of all time by tons of fans and critics.
The game originally came out in 1995 on the Super Nintendo, and you can throw it alongside Final Fantasy 2 and 3 (US), Secret Of Mana, Earthbound, and Secret Of Evermore, as some old school life changing RPGs. It will release May 16th on the Nintendo Wii’s Virtual Console. Past the break for features and story. Story
When a newly developed teleportation device malfunctions at the Millennial Fair, young Crono must travel through time to rescue his unfortunate companion from an intricate web of past and present perils. The swashbuckling adventure that ensues soon unveils an evil force set to destroy the world, starting Crono’s race against time to change the course of history and bring about a brighter future.
* A masterpiece with an engaging and unparalleled storyline, leading to the discovery of multiple epic conclusions to a journey that transcends time
* An inspiring musical score created by Yasunori Mitsuda
* An intriguing battle system made possible by the unique combination of the Active Time Battle (ATB) system and Tech skills
* Famed character designer Akira Toriyama lends his signature art style to create the vibrant world that has captivated gamers around the world
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