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The FINAL FANTASY CHRONICLES set includes new opening and closing cinematic sequences for CHRONO TRIGGER as well as several re-creations of memorable sequences, all of which add to the game's emotional impact, answer lingering questions, and offer insight into the game's successor, CHRONO CROSS(TM). New FINAL FANTASY IV features include a "dash" feature, allowing players to move quickly through towns and dungeons; a two-player mode that allows two players to participate in battles together; and a completely new, improved localization of the original unedited story. In addition, it contains some new cinematic sequences and includes all the original monsters, abilities, items and scenes that were not seen in the SNES version. CHRONO TRIGGER was originally released on the SNES in 1995 and is a time-traveling role-playing game whose story spans several different time periods.
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ESRB:  T - (Teen)
Number of Players:  1
Publisher:  EA - Electronic Arts
Release Date:  25 July, 2001
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review by . October 18, 2001
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Pros: Two classic, defining rpgs.     Cons: Loading time.     The Bottom Line: But it. Stop making this a required category.     It's about time, says the back of the box these two games come in. When these two fantastic rpgs first came out, they helped to define the 16-bit era of rpgs. Although I have never played either of them before, I can honestly say that they stand the test of time.      Final Fantasy 4   …
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