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I think it’s time for another personal confession. I wow, this is really tough. Okay. *deep breath*

I have never finished Chrono Trigger. Not once. I don’t even have any idea how far into the game I am because I have either skillfully avoided any sort of spoiler for the game or didn’t know I’d seen one when it happened. Despite my best efforts, attempting at least once yearly for a decade, the game remains sadly uncompleted.

Maybe that can change this month. Fangamer is doing a really cool event where they take on the classic Square action-RPG one chapter at a time over the course of a month. Each day brings a new section of the game to focus on and  they’ve worked up some challenges everyone can attempt to do even if you’ve played the game a thousand times before. Sounds like the whole thing is a lot of fun, but they’re a few days in now so you’ll want to hurry up and get to the Village of Magic pronto.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my approach to games, particularly titles which require an unhealthy time investment that I never get around to finishing. Concluding just last night that I needed to try and tackle them one hour at a time, this event seems right up my alley.

Chrono Trigger Fanfest 2010 [Fangamer via GameSetWatch]


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