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Very charming little game, with an interesting use of mechanics and a cool aesthetic. It wasn't a mind-blowing experience though, but it didn't seem like it was trying to be. Pulled off what it was trying to do pretty much flawlessly.
Play the DS version. The touch screen controls make combat easier in my opinion, plus it has the anime cutscenes that the PSX version had without being awful like the PSX version apparently was, and also has extra dungeons that give you incredibly overpowered endgame weapons for several characters. Also it's on the DS, so you can play it anywhere.Alex79uk wrote:I'd love to play through Chrono Trigger one day. I own it on about five different formats, and have played the first couple of hours at least ten times :/
Yeah, surprised to see that after just checking this second but I think the part where I decided to speed up and avoid collecting as many secrets was when the highest priced armour had that "looks nice but doesn't really do anything" tag which turned me off collectibles and left me with a much lower stat page than most.ratsoalbion wrote:2 hours - blimey!
Average time to clock is 6-7 hours, double that for 100%...
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