A comprehensive breakdown of the Square JRPG Chrono Trigger and its unusual mid-quel Radical Dreamers on the SNES, as well as the Playstation classic Chrono Cross. What made Trigger so compelling? How did it do time travel so well? And what happened to the anticipated sequel, rumored to be called Chrono Break?
Let's take a look, and perhaps we'll learn a few things about the Chrono trilogy and maybe enjoy a little nostalgia along the way.
0:32 - Chrono Trigger
3:25 - Radical Dreamers
4:58 - Chrono Cross
8:37 - Chrono Break / Future of the Series
Sprite on thumbnail was created by Abysswolf: http://abysswolf.deviantart.com/art/Chrono-Trigger-387404720
*** Chrono Cross Original Soundtrack by Yasunori Mitsuda
Life - A Distant Promise
Fields of Time - Home World
Scars of Time
The Girl Who Stole the Stars
*** Music from Overclocked Remix (http://ocremix.org/)
Original compositions by Nobuo Uematsu, Noriko Matsueda and Yasunori Mitsuda.
Chrono Trigger 'Lost in Time' OC ReMix by urdailywater, XPRTNovice
Chrono Trigger 'Flow of Time' OC ReMix by Richard Daskas
Chrono Trigger 'Yearnings na Gaoithe' OC ReMix by HyperDuck SoundWorks
Chrono Trigger 'But You're Still Hungry' OC Remix by Marshall Art
Chrono Cross 'Timewarp' OC ReMix by Ben Briggs, DjjD, Giles Teskey, halc, Jeff Ball, Krank, Luke Keever
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