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Chrono Cross

A video game for the original Playstation

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It's definitely worth checking out the soundtrack to the game.
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review by . May 29, 2010
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In 1995 the Super Nintendo was at the height of its popularity and in that same year, Squaresoft (now Square-Enix) released a little gem of an RPG called Chrono Trigger.  The game appealed greatly to RPGers who, at the time, were a very niche group (Chrono Trigger only sold a quarter of a million copies in North America, but it sold over 2 million in Japan).  Yet over time more people played it.  Enough that it became a cult classic and eventually one of the most sought after …
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Sequel to the RPG hit Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross expands on the excellent story-line of its predecessor and combines cutting edge graphics with a dynamic battle system making it one of the most highly anticipated RPG's of all time. Featuring a story line developed by the creator of Chrono Trigger and Xenogears, Chrono Cross has been christened the Best RPG Creation by its development team. With multiple scenarios cast along a single story thread, and many different endings, each replay can result in an entirely new adventure. In addition, a brand new battle system makes combat smooth and innovative by introducing an elemental field system and combo system that gives the player unparalleled flexibility in their fighting options. The elimination of random battles also quickens the pace of the game, and places the choice of where to battle in the players hands.
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ESRB: T - (Teen)
Number of Players: 1
Publisher: Square Electronics Arts
Release Date: 6 December, 1999

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