Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is getting an update with a fresh batch of songs to pick up, including tracks from SaGa Frontier, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger, and more. Even The End of Time location from Chrono Trigger makes an appearance, as you'll see in the preview after the jump.
Square Enix announced another DLC pack for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, and this one includes some music from beloved non-FF RPGs Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana. The "2nd Performance" set will be available in Japan on December 24, with each track going for ¥150 each. More after the jump.
A few years ago some diligent folks were hard at work on Chrono Ark, a fan-made sequel to Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross. The game was never completed for various reasons, but it's not entirely dead. Chrono Ark lives on in its soundtrack, which composer Alex Roe uploaded to Bandcamp today. Check it out past the jump!
Bust out some eggnog or a warm cup of cocoa and pull up next to the fire for this one. Each year composer Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Xenogears) streams a Christmas music arrangement from his home page, and 2012 is no exception. Have a listen after the jump!
With the iOS release of Chrono Trigger still fresh, it's time for Crono, Lucca and the rest of the gang to make another leap, this time to the Android platform. Hit the jump for more.
1995's Chrono Trigger is regarded as one of the timeless JRPGs of the 16-bit era. As previously reported, we'll soon be able to see how well this translates to iOS, with a port for the iPhone and iPod touch coming to Japan December 13th and other territories "soon." Check out the trailer after the jump.
Revealed via the Square Enix Members blog, fan-favorite RPG Chrono Trigger is receiving yet another port, and this time it's headed to iOS-compatible devices. Have a look at the iPhone/iPod Touch title after the jump!
So Sony goofed last time, causing Chrono Trigger fans all across North America to get their hopes up for nothing. This time, however, it's true! Chrono Trigger is coming to PlayStation Network on Tuesday, October 4. More after the jump.
It should go without saying, especially here, that Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI are two of Square's finest moments. Whether you've played them a hundred times or not at all, you'll soon be able to do so on PS3 and PSP, because both RPG classics hit PlayStation Network this week. More after the jump.
Originally released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Chrono Trigger has since become one of the most celebrated role-playing games of all time. Not nearly as milked for rerelease as Square Enix's other titles, the game's next destination is the Virtual Console store on Nintendo Wii.