Chrono Cross [Disc1of2] [U] ISO
Sony Playstation / PSX PS1 ISOsGenre: Role-PlayingRating: ESRB: T, CERO: B
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Chrono Cross is the sequel to the SNES game Chrono Trigger. If you enjoyed that game, you'll love this one. It is, simply put, a masterpiece.
The soundtrack is the very best I've ever heard (not only in a videogame, mind you), and the storyline is rich, and blends with Chrono Trigger's almost flawlessly.
The combat system has been improved substantially, making strategy a more decisive factor in the outcome of a battle. The level up system is great - good strategies alone CAN get you through the entire game with little to no grinding. This represents a big plus in RPG's, in my opinion.
There are tons of side quests to do, multiple paths to take, lots of choices to make, and an almost ridiculously large cast of party members to recruit; you shouldn't expect less from a Chrono Trigger sequel.
Closing comment: Chrono Cross very well may be the best game I've ever played (on any console).
TL,DR: Play it. 'Tis good.
There are a lot of great, awesome games out there.
Chrono Cross is one of the very few that can be considered a true work of art.
It beats even other great Square classics like FF (anyone in the whole franchise) in terms of storyline, character depthness and visual design.
The greatest game for the Playstation.
Chrono Cross is a very different experience then Chrono Trigger. It is likely that you may not like this game is you were a fan of the previous game. Although if you try to look at it as an individual game, it features a fun battle system, a very unique and interesting soundtrack and plenty of playable character. The game nicely ties the plot of Chrono Trigger with it's own, but don't expect too many references. Overall Chrono Cross is a very fun game, but don't expect a direct sequel to Chrono Trigger.
Story, music, visuals, gameplay - every aspect of this game is truly inspired and damn near perfect. The game also strikes a fantastic balance between a strong linear narrative and meaningful player choices, something that few RPGs, Eastern or Western, have matched before or since. Many dislike it for being so different from its beloved predecessor, but if you can accept this game for what it is, you will realize that it is a brilliant work and valuable asset for those who believe games have the capacity to be art.
i played chrono trigger around 7-8 years ago. lol too long, forgotten the years! once i tried to search the game in local store, but cant find them. now i saw this, this really good. i have chance to play sequal after years. thanks emuparadise!
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