Any good RPG enthusiast knows the moment you utter the words Chrono Trigger, you are speaking of legend. Back in the days when Square didn't make six sequels to every game, this epic adventure engaged many a gamer with its unforgettable characters and remarkable storyline. In a testament to the title's lasting impact on gamers, the Chrono Compendium has lovingly retranslated the entire game, opening up such goodies as the Japanese-only ending art.
This ought to be exciting news for major Chrono Trigger enthusiasts, especially if you cannot read Japanese. A complete list of the differences in the two versions is avaliable at Chrono Compendium if you want to check out what you're getting into. As we know from the unforgettable All Your Base, those few mistranslated words can make a huge difference.
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