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A bit of love for an underappreciated masterpiece.

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Cytota said...
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Against the few flaws this game has, it's undeniably, my favorite game. A beautiful, gripping world and story, characters with lives and personalities, along with allusions and references to Chrono Trigger, this is the perfect sequel. People give the game flak for having a new setting and new characters that differ from Trigger's, but if it hadn't diverged, it would get the same treatment as other J-RPG sequels, namely, relying too heavily on their precusor's legacy. No, this game deserves much more than the beatings it receives. Though the plot can be convoluted at times, it's certainly one of the best ever realized in any game. As a standalone game, its truly magnificent, and as a sequel to one of the most acclaimed games of all, it's even better; Cross goes out of its way to wrack your mind concerning it's subtle hints at Trigger, and makes sure that everything becomes clear when you have all the pieces to make your own conclusion. If you have the chance, play this game, and if you don't like it, at least you'll have heard part of the most amazing soundtrack to ever be produced.
Chrono Cross

Chrono Cross (PS)

Genre/Style: Role-playing/Third-Person 3D RPG
Release Date: 02/AUG/00
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