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Chrono Trigger hip hop

Sales of new Chrono Trigger nerdcore album go to charity


Go snatch Richie Branson's From Guardia With Love
Jun 02
// Tony Ponce
Last year, I discovered a nerdcore rapper by the name of Richie Branson, who laid verses atop anime tracks from Cowboy Bebop, Gurren Lagann, and more. He was also a very vocal proponent of bringing Toonami back onto Cartoon N...
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VG a cappellas

The ecstacy of Smooth McGroove's VG a cappellas


Two months of Sonic, Chrono Trigger, DuckTales, and more
May 25
// Tony Ponce
I've tried my very best to avoid sharing too much of Smooth McGroove's kickass a cappella arrangements. Not because I think he's lost his Midas touch, but because I didn't want to be held responsible for making heads explode...
Chrono Jigga photo
Chrono Jigga

Chrono Trigger + Jay-Z = Chrono Jigga, and it's great


I got 99 problems but a Masamune ain't one
Mar 12
// Allistair Pinsof
Ever since Wiz Khalifa shamelessly ripped "Schala's Theme" for the single "Never Been," I've been under the belief that a Chrono Trigger mash-up album would be gold. Chrono Jigga, a Chrono Trigger mash-up that throws Jay-Z's ...
Chrono Trigger music photo
Chrono Trigger music

The Chrono TRIGGER main theme goes acoustic


TRIGGER! Not Cross! I'm sure of it this time!
Mar 12
// Tony Ponce
Despite the name of the damn game being plastered all over the video page, I mistakenly attributed Super Guitar Bros.' cover of "Time Scar" to Chrono Trigger rather than its sequel Chrono Cross. Well, now they actually relea...
Chrono Cross music photo
Chrono Cross music

Enjoy acoustic Chrono Cross music first thing in the AM


Super Guitar Bros. arrange "Time Scar" from the PS1 classic
Mar 04
// Tony Ponce
It's Monday. It's probably really f*ckin' cold outside too. Hell, I live in South Florida and it's a frosty low-40s out my window. You're gonna need a pick-me-up to get the week rolling. Luckily for you, the Super Guitar Bro...
Game Over, the poster photo
Game Over, the poster

Game heroes died so that you can have this poster


Hang brentalfloss' "The Game Over Tinies" up on your wall
Feb 26
// Tony Ponce
Did you guys get a chance to check out "The Game Over Tinies" in brentalfloss the comic? Once again, co-writers brentalfloss and Dan Roth and artist Andrew Dobson created an abecedarian comic of videogame character deaths -- ...
The Game Over Tinies photo
The Game Over Tinies

The alphabet of 'Game Overs' in comic strip form


Currently running in brentalfloss the comic
Feb 07
// Tony Ponce
Superfans of brentalfloss might be aware that he has his own self-titled webcomic. He doesn't draw it -- doodles are provided by one Andrew Dobson -- but he co-writes along with series creator Dan Roth. And whenever there's a...
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Chrono Trigger now available on Google Play


Just in case you didn't have it on half a dozen other platforms already
Oct 29
// Conrad Zimmerman
Square Enix has released Chrono Trigger for the Android platform to the Google Play store today, pretty much ensuring that anybody who has ever wanted to play the game can now do so. It is available for $9.99, which seem...

My favorite 4th of July videogame memory

Jul 04 // Chad Concelmo
A few years ago, I used to live in an apartment building at the foot of the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles. There was nothing really special about the place, but it did have one cool feature: There was a patio on the roof that you could access to relax in the sun, barbeque, or, in my case, play board games with friends. On July 4th, though, this rooftop patio turned into the place to be. Because it was on an elevated spot in the city, you could see for miles in all directions -- from the skyline of downtown to the beaches of Santa Monica. When it got dark and the fireworks started, you would literally be surrounded by hundreds of colorful and, frankly, magical explosions. It was a pretty amazing experience. On one particular 4th of July night, my friends and I went to the rooftop like we always did. We brought some stuff to drink and sat back in the patio lounge chairs, ready to have an incredibly great night. As the sun went down, others from the building started to join us. Even the rooftops of nearby buildings were starting to fill up. It was turning into quite the fun rooftop block party. After the first firework, everyone became silent. We all stared in awe as the bright orange and red colors burst into the surprisingly clear sky. Suddenly more fireworks began to go off, followed by more, and more, and more! Before long, fireworks were exploding from every single angle. As the night went on, the spectacle of it all only got more impressive. People were laughing and smiling, not believing what they were seeing. Then it started. Almost in perfect unison, the grand finales of all the firework displays began at the exact same time. If you know firework finales, you know that they are the most insanely awesome part of the show. Bursts of color and sound seem to never end, as all the remaining fireworks are lit, one after the other. Now try to imagine this happening with dozens and dozens of finales at the same time, all surrounding you at once. Needless to say, it felt like the world was coming to an end, one fabulous color explosion at a time. During the craziness, my friends and I looked at one another, speechless. It truly felt like we were caught in the middle of a war zone. A very happy, exuberant war zone, but a war zone nonetheless. All of sudden, amidst the beautiful chaos, it happened. Someone from another rooftop yelled something at the top of their lungs.  "IT'S THE DAY OF LAVOS!" I couldn't believe what I heard. Did he just ... ? Did he just scream ... ? YES, he did! He just yelled "IT'S THE DAY OF LAVOS!" in the middle of this out of control fireworks display. This man was my hero. And, boy, was he accurate. It really was the Day of Lavos. If anyone has played Chrono Trigger and reached the part when Lavos destroys the planet ... well, this night wasn't too far off. Once I realized what this ... this amazing guy said, I lost it. I started laughing and gasping and smiling from ear to ear. My hero. Anyone that would think to shout that phrase -- and so loud, mind you -- was officially about to become my new best friend. But I had no idea what roof the guy was standing on. I knew it had to be close, but Los Angeles is a pretty big city, and there were many nearby buildings to choose from. I had no idea who said it or where it was even coming from. I would never figure out who screamed that now legendary phrase. Dammit, I thought, there goes our Crono and Lucca BFF bracelets I already had picked out in my mind. Accepting I would never find him, I just smiled and enjoyed the rest of the show, content with knowing that someone that cool lives in the same neighborhood as me. As the fireworks came to a close, I knew that I would never forget this moment for as long as I live. It was just so cool ... and special ... and absolutely perfect. To this day, I still have no idea who yelled "IT'S THE DAY OF LAVOS!" from that rooftop. If you are reading this, Lavos dude (my forever nickname for him), please know that I think you are awesome. Really awesome. Even though I have no idea who you are, you are responsible for one of my greatest videogame memories. I think about you every 4th of July. If I ever get the pleasure of meeting you, I will have a high-five ready.
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This isn't a particularly exciting holiday tale. It doesn't involve an abominable snowman, or misfit toys, or an elf that wants to be a dentist. It is just a simple story about something that happened on one dark and unassuming 4th of July night many years ago. A night that I will never forget for the rest of my life.

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Count the game references in rapper Random's 'Epoch'


Jan 14
// Tony Ponce
Forever Famicom is the gift that keeps on giving! After releasing two companion EPs, rapper Random put the finishing touches on a music video for "Epoch" off the original CD. Sampling the main theme from Chrono Trigger, the ...
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[Update: Contest closed! Winners listed here.] Not only is it the 25 Days of Giving on Destructoid, but it's also the Winter of RPGs for Square Enix! Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI have all finally made th...

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The DTOID Show: Miyamoto's Retirement, Amalur's Lore


Dec 09
// Max Scoville
Hey guys! If you missed the live show today, Tara's out of town antique shopping or something, so we had New Challenger host and dear, beloved homeboy Anthony Carboni come hang out.  Today's topics include: 1. Is S...
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Chrono Trigger on iOS today: 'BEST.GAME.EVER!'


Dec 09
// Dale North
We wanted to remind you that Square Enix's lovely SNES time travel RPG is available on the App Store today for iPhone and iPod Touch. But instead of rambling off some facts you already know about the game, I'm going to give y...

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