- Platform: Nintendo Super NES
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
Experience a non-linear game system, which allows players to change chronological game events to produce multiple ending scenarios for endless hours of gameplay.
Revolutionary battle system that seamlessly integrates battles into gameplay and allows players to avoid most enemy encounters.
Unique character abilities give players the option to perform visually impressive combination techniques, adding depth to battle strategies.
Prequel to Squaresoft's award-winning title Chrono-Cross.
A timeless masterpiece that is one of the most sought after games of all time.
This kept many of the classic elements that an RPG usually has. What made this unique at the time were the dual/triple attacks that the characters utilized (and there were MANY of them, and the list changed with the lineup). The characters were all rich in personality and added a flavor to the storyline. The storyline itself is one of the best adventure sagas ever written by the teams at Squaresoft. The graphics? They were state-of-the-art at the time and the different special attacks had some very neat effects (Luminaire looked better here than in Chrono Cross!). The art (by Akira Toriyama, who has a "cameo" for one of the endings) is excellent and should please any anime fan, especially the DBZ fanatics out there. And who can forget the music?? Great soundtrack; Yasunori Mitsuda and Nobuo Uematsu should be praised.
Say ANYTHING bad about this game usually causes fatality. I suggest you consult a physician before dissing on this game.
CLASSIC. I can't name ONE thing wrong about this game. I can't imagine who would hate this game. It's one of the best adventures of its kind and it's hard to top. Maybe not the best RPG ever made, but it's my favorite for the Super Nintendo, with Breath of Fire 2 in a close second. Fans, if you find this game anywhere, I HIGHLY SUGGEST YOU BUY IT. If you don't, that just means more copies for me.